Elder law attorneys assist clients that are concerned about legal and financial matters that senior citizens often face. There are a number of different issues that we deal with, but the matter of long-term care is definitely at the top of the list. You may assume that the Medicare program will pay for a stay in a nursing home if you ever need this level of assistance with your day-to-day needs. This makes sense, but in reality, Medicare will not pay for the custodial care that nursing homes … [Read more...] about Nursing Home Costs Can Be Devastating
As estate planning and elder law attorneys, we help clients prepare for all stages of their senior years, because one thing leads to another. Looking ahead toward your active retirement period can be exciting, and if you take the right steps, you can enjoy your spare time to the fullest. The “right steps” part is key, because it is not easy for most people to have the resources that they need to enjoy their golden years in comfort. For most, Social Security will be an important piece to the … [Read more...] about When Should You Apply for Social Security?
When people first hear about the concept of Medicaid being relevant to elders, they are sometimes confused. If you are going to qualify for Medicare as a source of health insurance, why would you need Medicaid? Plus, people with resources cannot qualify for Medicaid because it is a need-based program. This line of thinking makes total sense on the surface, but when you scratch beneath it, you see a different picture. Long-Term Care Costs Medicaid should be on your radar when you are … [Read more...] about Can Medicaid Take Your Home?
At O’DROBINAK & NOWACZYK, P.C., the health and safety of our Clients, Team Members, and Friends of our Firm, are certainly our priority amid concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The uncertainty around the pandemic has many people concerned about exposure to the virus. We are committed to ensuring everyone’s safety and making it easy and accessible for our community to get their long term care planning and estate planning questions answered, as well as ensure they have … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Office Update