Medicaid Planning

What is Medicaid Planning?

Many aging people find themselves in need for nursing home care. Unfortunately, your regular health insurance will not cover this overwhelming expense and for many private pay is not an option. In fact, many nursing home residents spend their entire life savings to pay for expensive long-term care costs. That does not have to be the case…there is a better way.

By organizing a Medicaid plan prior to actually being in need for immediate coverage, you can be well-prepared for health issues and nursing home costs that may come your way in future years.

Medicaid planning is a way for people to afford rising long-term care costs while protecting their assets for loved ones. Medicaid is both a federal and state program that offers assistance to individuals who meet certain income and asset requirements, including those over 65 or who suffer from disabilities. The point of Medicaid planning is asset protection, preserving your assets for your loved ones, and providing for your spouse should you need to be in a long-term care nursing home.

Our Experience with Medicaid Planning

Drew Ward has over 24 years of experience with Medicaid law and the NYS Medicaid application process. We are also proud to have Robert J. Malpezzi, Director of Medicaid Planning, who brings his 23 years of expertise to our clients, having served as the Director of the Medicaid Recovery Unit for Oneida County for over 16 years. We have helped thousands of individuals keep control of their assets even after they become ill as well as help to protect their legacies for their loved ones. The Ward Arcuri Law Firm can help you through the tedious Medicaid application process, determine your Medicaid eligibility, and provide you with peace of mind.

Why Choose the Ward Arcuri Law Firm? 

Estate and Medicaid planning are a primary focus at the Ward Arcuri Law Firm. Our team is well-equipped to help our clients with the Medicaid planning process. We have a full understanding of changing Medicaid laws, Medicaid eligibility requirements and the NYS Medicaid application process. Contact our office today for a free consultation with Robert J. Malpezzi, 315-797-7300 or fill out our contact form.