Understanding Long-Term Care

For individuals aged 60 and above, or those facing health challenges requiring long-term care, understanding Medicaid planning is essential. Despite common misconceptions, Medicare coverage for long-term care is limited, often leaving patients responsible for significant costs beyond the initial 100 days.


Exploring Coverage Options

Given the high expense of long-term care insurance, exploring coverage options in your mid-50s to early 60s is advisable. Our team at MEUS Law is dedicated to guiding you through this process, ensuring you understand your options and make informed decisions.

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Medicaid planning is especially important if you are:

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Medicaid Planning with MEUS Law: Expert Guidance for Long-Term Care Needs

Medicaid planning may involve creating a specialized trust to protect assets while ensuring eligibility for long-term care benefits. However, strict regulations, including a five-year financial lookback, underscore the importance of early planning.


When it comes to navigating the complexities of Medicaid planning and long-term care, it’s crucial to seek the guidance of an attorney who truly understands the intricacies of these areas. At MEUS Law, our team understands the intricacies involved in Medicaid planning and is dedicated to helping individuals and families effectively plan for their long-term care needs within the context of their estate plans.

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Expertise in Medicaid Planning

Our attorneys possess a deep understanding of Medicaid laws and regulations, as well as the implications of long-term care on estate planning. Unlike many general practitioners who claim to offer estate planning services without the necessary expertise, we are well-versed in the nuances involved in creating effective strategies to protect assets while considering eligibility for Medicaid benefits.

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Personalized Approach

At MEUS Law, we prioritize personalized service and tailored solutions for each client. During strategy meetings, we forgo lengthy intake forms in favor of open, collaborative discussions aimed at understanding your unique circumstances, goals, and concerns. We leverage our knowledge and experience in estate planning to consider all relevant factors and develop a customized plan that aligns with your objectives.

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Collaboration and Support

We understand that Medicaid planning often involves multiple facets, including financial planning and insurance considerations. That's why, if needed, we collaborate with your financial advisor or CPA to ensure a comprehensive approach to planning. Whether you're exploring long-term insurance options or evaluating financial strategies, we're here to provide guidance and support every step of the way.

Common questions for Medicaid Planning

What is Medicaid Planning? What are the benefits of Medicaid Planning?

Medicaid planning involves strategies to protect assets while considering eligibility for Medicaid benefits, particularly for long-term care. It is typically recommended for individuals aged 60 and above or those facing health challenges that may require long-term care. By strategically managing assets and income, individuals can secure their future while preserving assets for their loved ones.

How can an attorney at MEUS Law help with Medicaid planning?

Our experienced attorneys can provide invaluable guidance on Medicaid planning strategies, including the creation of purpose built and asset protection techniques. We can navigate the complexities of Medicaid laws, ensure compliance with regulations, and help you make informed decisions about your future.

When should I start Medicaid Planning?

It is advisable to start Medicaid planning in your mid-50s to early 60s, or earlier if you have a family history suggesting a need for long-term care. Early planning allows you to explore coverage options, understand eligibility requirements, and implement strategies to protect your assets.

What is the five-year lookback period? How does it affect Medicaid eligibility?

The five-year lookback period is a Medicaid requirement that examines an individual's financial transactions for the five years preceding their Medicaid application. Transfers of assets made within this period may result in a penalty period of Medicaid ineligibility.


At MEUS Law, we offer comprehensive estate planning and business litigation services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Whether you’re planning for the future of your estate or seeking to protect and grow your business, our experienced team is here to guide you every step of the way.

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