Securing Medicaid Benefits While Protecting Our Clients' Assets Pursue Financial Assistance for Long-Term Care

Medicaid Planning Attorney in Rhode Island

Determining Your Best Course of Action for the Future

It is a tragedy of old age in America that many people work their whole lives to build up their assets, only to see those assets drained in a few months when illness and disability strike in old age. Long-term care in an average residential nursing home can cost between $120,000 and $180,000 a year, which rapidly becomes unsustainable for all but the wealthiest seniors. Many people in this position find they have no choice but to sell their homes, liquidate their retirement savings, and even go into debt to pay bills they haven't planned for. Worse, sometimes an illness advances so quickly, or an injury happens so suddenly, you find yourself in crisis mode as you try to figure out some way to pay the bills.

This doesn’t have to be the case. With help from a skilled Rhode Island Medicaid planning lawyer, you can learn more about your options and devise a solid plan for your future. Don’t wait, call Hoopis Manosh Estate Law at (401) 229-2933 today.

What Is Medicaid?

Medicaid is a joint program between the federal government and the states that exists to handle some or all of the financial burden of medical bills. As a means-tested program, intended for indigent and low-income people, it can take some planning to ensure your eligibility if you still own a home or other assets. By working with a skilled Rhode Island estate planning attorney who focuses in Medicaid law, you can devise a plan for your assets that will protect your Medicaid eligibility without devastating your finances.

We offer unique, creative approaches to Medicaid planning that takes your situation into account and helps protect you whether you are:

  • In crisis: "Crisis," in this context, means you need expensive care that Medicaid could help you with, but you had no plan in place before your disability and must get coverage as soon as possible to protect yourself. We can help you with transferring your assets to trusted family members and arranging your finances to cover your cost of care without sacrificing your Medicaid eligibility.
  • Non-crisis: Early planning is the key to a smooth transition to affordable long-term care. The earlier you meet with us to start planning, the more of your estate we can help you shield from your medical bills.

At Hoopis Manosh Estate Law, we know that illness and injury can come at any time. As an experienced Rhode Island probate lawyer, we can show you ways to preserve both your assets and your Medicaid eligibility to get the best arrangement possible for your care.

Please reach out to us today at (401) 229-2933 to schedule a consultation.

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  1. Hoopis Manosh Estate Law is proud to be a 10.0 Avvo Rated firm.
  2. Attorney Manosh provides compassionate guidance in the areas of elder law, Medicaid and estate planning.
  3. We design solutions tailored to each clients' individual needs.
  4. Our firm is committed to establishing strong relationships with every client we advocate on behalf of.
  5. We represent individuals and families throughout Rhode Island.
  6. Attorney Manosh is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association.
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