How a Final Expense Trust Works
Why Fund a Final Expense Trust? Think about some of your life’s most memorable milestones: getting… [more]
VA Aid & Attendance 2014 Benefits Table
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EXCESS ASSETS AND ACCESS TO MEDICAID AND VA BENEFITS
A common misconception among Senior Americans is assuming the government will not provide long term care… [more]
CONFLICTING QUALIFIERS FOR VA AND MEDICAID BENEFITS
Howard is 86 years old and proudly served his country during WW II and won a Silver Star during the Korean… [more]
Big Changes Coming for Home and Community Based Services(HCBS)?
The final members of the Commission on Long Term Aging have been appointed by the President of the United… [more]
Legacy Care Planning
Legacy Care Planning, Inc. assists individuals and families experiencing a long term or crisis care event to protect assets and obtain eligibility for state Medicaid and/or VA Aid & Attendance benefits. Through proper planning it is possible to qualify for vital long term care benefits and ensure that the family home and savings are protected for the rightful beneficiaries and designated heirs and not claimed by elder care institutions or government estate recovery programs. Working with a national presence, the Legacy Care Planning wealth protection affiliate network and client base includes individuals, Elder Law Attorneys, legal and financial professionals, Senior Planners, Veterans Benefit Organizations, Medicaid and VA Planning Professionals and Elder Care Providers.
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Unlike other forms of financial planning or conventional estate planning, VA and Medicaid Estate Planning merge the legal and financial qualifiers required for compliance. A qualified estate plan incorporates complex legal instruments with powers that exceed a conventional will or statutory credentials. Underwriting such documents requires compliance with the intricate rules of individual state Medicaid […]
Over the course of a lifetime, approximately 100 million Americans face an incapacitating care need and one that will require dependence upon a caregiver for personal health care issues. Long-term care is categorized into two primary platforms Ð facility-based services or in home health care services. The structure of home care allows a patient to […]