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Long-Term Care & Medicaid Planning

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When it comes to planning for long-term care, Medicaid frequently comes into the equation. The difficulty is often in qualifying for Medicaid, as you may have to burn through your life savings before you can be eligible. With proper Medicaid planning, however, you can protect your savings and assets. At The Willingham Law Firm, PC, our long-term care planning attorney can help you create trusts and utilize other estate planning tools to ensure that your family, your finances, and your future are provided for.

Why Call Our Long-Term Care Lawyer?

  • More than 2,000 Clients Helped in Texas
  • More than 4,000 Wills Completed
  • More than 1,000 Trusts Created
  • Step-by-Step Guidance
  • Client-Recommended Team and Service

Ready to discuss your unique long-term care planning needs? Call (214) 499-9647 to learn more in a free consultation.

Comprehensive Long-Term Care Planning

Medicaid is rarely going to cover all your expenses for long-term care. While Medicaid planning may be a key component of your long-term care plans, our legal team can help you examine all your options so as to fully prepare you for whatever life may send your way.

Our long-term care planning lawyer can discuss your options, which may include and not be limited to:

  • Pooled Special Needs Trusts
  • Income Trusts
  • Retitling Assets
  • Purchasing an Annuity
  • Safely Spending Down Assets
  • Long-Term Care Insurance

Please feel free to contact us at (214) 499-9647 or online today. Learn how we may be able to help you and your loved ones.

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