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Other ways to plan for the future Medicaid

  • Based on the information you entered you do not appear to meet the eligibility requirements for the VA Aid and Attendance benefit. In addition to helping families learn about VA benefits, we also offer other resources such as:
  • Final Expense Policies

    Funeral costs can range from $2,500 to $20,000 (burial, flowers, a meal and other expenses). Additionally, many people pass away owing thousands in medical bills, assisted living costs, credit cards, cell phone and other outstanding debts. A final expense policy is invaluable so that loved ones are not left to pay these bills. We recommend speaking with an expert in these policies.
  • Estate Planning Attorney

    Estate planning attorneys can assist with wills, trusts, power of attorney documents, and other planning that ensures your family’s wishes are carried out. Schedule a FREE consultation with an attorney, if you retain them for any services fees are associated for their time.
  • Medicaid Planning

    An expert that can help your family qualify for Mediciad benefits without spending down assets to the $2,000-$3,000 Medicaid resource limit. Medicaid planning will help your family save up to $100,000 annually.
  • Bridge Loan

    Bridge loans make care affordable until your home is sold. We recommend speaking to a company has helped thousands of families in the same situation obtain the money necessary to help pay for care.
  • Selling Your Home

    We have a network of over 1,000 real estate experts that specialize in selling homes of seniors; most of which have been lived in for decades and often need repairs, cleaning and staging.