McKinney Elder Lawyer
Handling Your Long-Term Care and Posterity Planning Matters - (214) 499-9647
End of life care can be very expensive. However, there are ways to maximize your assets and protect those assets for your loved ones.
When end-of-life care becomes a necessity, there are a few methods to pay for such care:
- Personal Assets
- Medicaid and VA Benefits
What is Elder Law?
Texas elder law addresses legal and practical issues affecting older adults, their caregivers, friends, and families. Our McKinney elder law attorneys can help you with issues surrounding health care, elder & nursing home abuse,estate planning, conservatorship/guardianship decisions, care planning, end of life decisions and care, real estate, and financial planning.
What Can An Elder Law Attorney Do For You
We Can Help Your Family Qualify for Government Assistance!
Willingham Law Firm, PC. can assist you in legally converting assets into non-countable savings to qualify your loved one for Medicaid. The plan is to protect assets so our elderly clients do not become impoverished because of long term care needs. This is a legal, ethical, and moral thing to do.
As one Court said, “No agency of the government has any right to complain about the fact that the middle-class people…choose [to do Medicaid Planning] when it is the government itself which has established the rule that poverty is a prerequisite to the receipt of government assistance…”
Some options for protecting your hard-earned assets we can help you with include:
You and your loved ones have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars intoSocial Security with the promise that the government would take care of you in your later years. Our job is to help you access that assistance.
“Every experience has been outstanding!”- Sheldon C.
“They were so unbelievably helpful and kind after my father passed.”- Dani P.
“Professional, knowledgeable, and efficient service.”- Tana Gleim