Palms Care Center provides quality and comprehensive care for clients who need rehabilitation or nursing care. The team at Palms Care Center is committed to helping clients live fulfilling lives in a comfortable facility.
Palm Care Center has rehabilitation services, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, and more. It also offers skilled nursing and personalized care for all clients. At Palm Care Center, nursing services include vision, dental, dermatology, and psychiatry.
While quality medical care is one of the team’s top priorities, they also ensure that patients have enriching activities.
For example, they offer:
- Daily activity programs
- Community outings
- Activities that provide physical and mental stimulation
If you or a loved one needs care at a nursing or rehabilitation center, it might be time to consider estate and Medicaid planning. With the help of Elder Needs Law, you can secure your future while protecting your assets.
Learn more about estate planning and asset protection in Florida.
Florida Estate Planning & Medicaid Asset Protection Lawyers
Elder Needs Law is a Florida-based law firm specializing in estate planning and asset protection. We help clients all over Florida create an estate plan that secures their future and helps them plan for care they may need later in their lives.
Some advantages of working with Elder Needs Law include:
- Securing your current assets
- Preserving your retirement savings
- Reducing or eliminating probate costs
- Avoiding long-term care expenses
Many people wait to start estate planning, but you should prepare for the future now. If you don’t, you may lose all your assets to a long-term care facility. You can stop this from happening through estate planning and asset management.
Work with the estate planning and medicaid planning attorneys at Elder Needs Law to secure your assets and protect your future. Call us today to schedule your consultation.
Elder Needs Law Services
Medicaid & Medicare Planning
Many Americans believe that Medicare will pay for long-term care expenses. Unfortunately, this usually isn’t always true. Medicare only pays for the first 20 days of a nursing home stay related to rehabilitation or skilled nursing. For 80 more days, Medicare will pay part and you’ll likely have a significant daily co-pay.. After 100 days, you have to pay. The longer you need care, the lower your coverage drops.
To combat this, you can protect your assets through Florida Medicaid planning. Medicaid planning helps you qualify for Medicaid without selling all your assets. You have to have a certain amount of money to be eligible for Medicaid, so many people sell their assets to apply. But you can receive Medicaid benefits without going broke.
A Medicaid planning attorney from Elder Needs Law can help you qualify for Medicaid assistance. They’ll teach you strategies that make you eligible for benefits without giving away your funds or selling your property.
Our elder care lawyers are skilled in saving client assets. We can secure your assets without affecting your Medicaid benefits if you need to enter a care facility.
For instance, we will teach you about 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. Many people don’t know about this, so their application gets denied for transferring funds. However, don’t be fooled, the 60 month lookback period does NOT mean that you have to wait five years to plan. Most of our clients have significant assets and need Medicaid within a few months (they can’t wait five years).
Our attorneys can help with Medicaid planning. We will do whatever we can to help you receive assistance while preserving your assets. Applying for Medicaid can be overwhelming, and there are a lot of requirements you have to meet.
Talk to Elder Needs Law to create a strategy that will help you earn Medicaid benefits.
Call us today to schedule a consultation.
Comprehensive Estate Planning
Elder Needs Law offers help with many aspects of estate planning, such as:
- Advance directives
- Powers of attorney
Elder law encompasses many legal specialties, including:
- Medicaid planning
- Estate planning
- Probate guardianship
- Nursing home abuse and negligence
- Retirement funds
Probate is the process that occurs after your death and deals with distributing your estate assets. While probate is necessary, it is also time-consuming and expensive. Thankfully, Elder Needs Law can help you create an estate plan that avoids probate. For example, we can help you develop a trust that does not require probate.
Guardianship is when the courts grant legal authority to someone so they can take care of an older relative who can’t take care of themselves. Our legal team can help select a guardian for your loved one if they need extra assistance.
Call Us Today to Speak With a Florida Elder Law, Estate Planning & Medicaid Planning Attorney
The attorneys at Elder Needs Law will help you plan for the next stage of life. Estate and Medicaid planning helps ensure a secure future while protecting your assets.
Contact us today to schedule your consultation.