Manor Pines Convalescent Center
Manor Pines Convalescent Center offers the highest quality skilled nursing and rehabilitation services in south Florida.
Founded in 1966, Manor Pines has a rich, vibrant history of providing short-term rehabilitation for illnesses and injuries. It also has a well-deserved reputation for giving its residents the most thoughtful, attentive care.
(From the facility) Services offered by its dedicated staff include:
- Short-term rehabilitation – Our therapists, nurses, and physicians work as a team to quickly bring patients to their highest level of function. We partner with every patient to create a customized rehabilitative treatment program.
- Long-term skilled nursing care – Our team strives to provide each resident with the highest level of independence, self-confidence, and dignity. Long-term residents enjoy an attentive, comfortable atmosphere, and clergy are available to attend to their spiritual needs.
- Respite care – Respite care is the ideal environment for your loved one when you need a break and to recharge.
You or your loved one will enjoy the care and attention you receive at Manor Pines Convalescent Center. Please contact them today to find out more.
At the same time that you consider the possibility of a skilled nursing facility, think about estate planning as well. A comprehensive estate planning strategy may help you cover your living costs today while preserving a legacy for your children.
Medicaid Planning can help you afford the cost of Manor Pines.
Find out more below about Medicaid planning and estate planning.
Florida Estate Planning & Medicaid Planning Lawyers
Elder Needs Law is a Florida-based estate planning law firm. We help our clients preserve their assets with asset protection, estate planning, and Medicaid planning. Our attorneys are skilled and experienced in estate planning and can help you make a financial plan for your next life stage.
Some of the outcomes of partnering with us might include:
- Holding on to more investment and retirement savings for your children
- Avoiding long-term care expenses that may drain your savings
- Ensuring you have enough insurance to shield your assets from adverse outcomes
- Eliminating probate expenses
It would be best if you didn’t wait too long to begin estate planning. If you do, some or all of your estate can be lost paying for nursing home care. Fortunately, you can avoid this situation with proper estate planning and Medicaid planning.
Elder Needs Law can partner with you to create an estate plan and/or Medicaid asset protection plan to preserve what you own while paying for your current living expenses.
Elder Needs Law Services
Medicaid & Medicare Planning
Do you think Medicare will pay for long-term care expenses? Many Americans hold this belief. Unfortunately, it isn’t usually true. Medicare will only pay for the first 20 days of a nursing home stay related to rehabilitation. On day 21, you have to pay a copay. Medicare coverage of skilled nursing care usually drops to zero on day 101.
The good news is that Medicaid planning can protect your assets in a way that allows you to become eligible for Medicaid long-term care programs (such as ICP Medicaid and Medicaid Waiver). But how do you get Medicaid without reducing the size of your estate and going broke?
Elder Needs Law can guide you with Medicaid planning, so you don’t need to spend down your assets to qualify for the program. It’s also often possible to keep your family home; you don’t need to sell it to qualify.
Our lawyers are skilled in protecting client assets as much as legally possible. So even if you need to enter a long-term care facility, we may save your assets without affecting your Medicaid eligibility.
For instance, we will guide you on the 60-month look-back period the program requires when transferring assets. If you give money or property to your family other than your spouse in those five years, you can be ineligible for the program.
Our attorneys can advise you on this critical subject. They may ensure you obey the law, qualify for the program, and preserve your assets. If assets need to be transferred within five years, there are limited and very specific ways to do so.
Medicaid planning takes careful consideration. So, speaking to Elder Needs Law is essential to devise the best strategy.
Comprehensive Estate Planning
Elder Needs Law also can assist with comprehensive estate planning, including:
- Advance directives
- Powers of attorney
Elder law refers to many legal specialties Elder Needs Law can help you with, primarily including:
- Medicaid planning
- Estate planning
Probate is the process that goes over your estate assets and distributes them as your will provides. Going through probate is expensive and takes time (and sometimes necessary).
Our attorneys will attempt to create a strategy to eliminate the need for probate.
Guardianship is a legal relationship created when the court appoints a representative to care for an older person who can no longer make their own decisions.
Call Us Today to Speak With a Probate, Florida Estate Planning & Medicaid Asset Protection Attorney
Elder Needs Law can guide you in estate planning so you can pay for your living expenses while protecting your estate.
To schedule a consultation, contact us today.