Bromlow Law, PLLC, Texas and California elder law attorneys can help you create a legal plan to protect your assets and ensure your wishes are met in your golden years of life.
The earlier you start planning, the more options you or a loved one will have for future care needs in Texas and California. Our experienced elder law attorneys can help you plan for your health care needs and protect your assets.
Understanding Elder Law in Texas and California
Our Texas and California elder law attorneys help you create a legal plan to protect your assets and ensure your wishes are met in your golden years of life. Today, our aging population faces several challenges, including the high cost of long-term care. An elder law attorney can help you or a loved one finance care with the least effect to your assets—for example, protecting your home.
As you or a loved one ages, the need for care shifts and preparing for elder care in Texas and California can be overwhelming. The earlier you start planning, the more options you or a loved one will have for future care needs in Texas and California. Our experienced elder law attorneys can help you plan for your health care needs and protect your assets.
Our Elder Law Services Include:
- Incapacity Planning
- Long-Term Care Planning
- Medicaid Planning (Medi-Cal Planning in California)
- Crisis Planning
- Medicaid Recovery Planning
Understanding Long-term Care Planning
The life expectancy in the United States continues to rise, and planning for long-term care is essential for enjoying your golden years. Long-term care planning involves planning for the future cost of care; that care includes Texas or California nursing homes, in-home care, or community living. These long-term care options are costly, and many aging Americans who don’t plan for long-term care costs end up spending their retirement, life savings, and valuable assets on the cost of eldercare. Our Texas or California elder law attorneys can help you or a loved one plan care costs without spending down your assets.
The Importance of Medicaid Planning (Medi-Cal Planning in California)
Medicaid (Medi-Cal) is a Federal and State program, and the rules vary from state to state. If you reside in Texas or California and need Medicaid, Texas’s Medicaid or California’s Medi-Cal rules apply. You can benefit greatly from an expert Medicaid planning attorney who understands Texas’s Medicaid and California’s Medi-Cal qualifications, applications, and approval processes.
Medicaid (Medi-Cal) planning can be a complicated and confusing process. Medicaid (Medi-Cal) can be a massive benefit towards protecting your assets, especially if you require nursing home care or in-home care. Our elder law attorneys can assist with Medicaid (Medi-Cal) eligibility while protecting your assets. Without Medicaid (Medi-Cal) coverage, you will be personally responsible for expending the monthly cost of your eldercare.
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Without the aid of Medicaid (or Medi-Cal), the cost of a Texas or California nursing home can wipe out your retirement funds, family’s savings, and inheritance for your loved ones. Bromlow Law, PLLC can help you protect your hard-earned savings from being spent down to pay for long-term care.
The Difference Between Proactive Planning and Crisis Planning
Crisis Medicaid planning in Texas is defined as planning for Medicaid eligibility for a person experiencing immediate or near immediate health care needs. If you or a loved one need immediate Medicaid coverage in Texas or California, legal guidance from a Medicaid planning lawyer, like Bromlow Law, can help. Our firm can identify critical issues within your estate that will disqualify you from coverage and swiftly develop a Medicaid plan for your health care needs.
Suppose you or a loved one’s long-term care is not immediate, and you’re planning for the possibility of future care in your home or at a nursing home in Texas. In that case, this situation is non-crisis planning or advanced Medicaid planning. Overall, the most efficient way to save your assets from being drained by long-term care costs is to plan for future care. No matter which stage of planning you or a loved one are in for long-term care coverage in Texas or California, Bromlow Law, PLLC can help.
The Value of Working with an Expert Elder Law Attorney
Bromlow Law, PLLC is here to help you and your family understand legal strategies to preserve your legacy. Our family-centric approach can give your family peace of mind that your legacy is protected and legal conflict is avoided.
Laura L. Bromlow is an attorney licensed in Texas and California and is a Certified Elder Law Attorney through the National Elder Law Foundation. She can help you and your loved one understand estate planning, elder law, asset protection planning, guardianship, special needs planning, probate, and trust and estate administration. Laura and her team invite you to contact them to learn how they can help you safeguard your future.