Upstate New York Medicaid Lawyers
Understanding The Medicaid Law Of 2005
The Medicaid program is designed to provide medical benefits to lower-income people who do not have health insurance or have limited health insurance. However, those with adequate assets may also qualify for these same medical benefits by undertaking proper Medicaid planning.
In recent years, the ability to qualify for Medicaid has become increasingly difficult with the passing of the 2005 Medicaid Law (also known as the Deficit Reduction Act ) and other similar laws. If you own certain assets and wish to qualify for Medicaid, it is therefore extremely important to retain the services of an experienced attorney who understands the recent changes to Medicaid and can effectively advise you of your options.
If you want to discuss the 2005 Medicaid Law or your Medicaid options with an experienced elder law attorney, please
contact us online or call us at 315-849-9053 to schedule a consultation.
As long-term care costs rise, the government has closed the gaps in some of the asset protection methods used to qualify a person for Medicaid. Thus, asset transfers are now more difficult. With the help of an experienced Medicaid planning lawyer, however, most of your assets can still be protected, and your eligibility for Medicaid maintained.
The McMahon Law Firm, in Syracuse, New York, has been helping people understand and qualify for Medicaid benefits since 1992. We have helped hundreds of people protect their assets from nursing homes and the Medicaid program.
We Provide the Information You Need on the 2005 Medicaid Law
If you are an elderly adult (or a child of an elderly adult) with medical issues, you probably have many questions about Medicaid. What are the qualifications? How will the changes in the 2005 Medicaid law affect my eligibility? Can I still qualify for medical benefits? At McMahon Law Firm, we will always take the time to answer your questions and explain the recent amendments to Medicaid in plain, easy to understand terms.
We are committed to ensuring that you are well-informed about Medicaid laws and how they affect you.
If you live in the Syracuse area, and need an experienced Medicaid planning and elder law lawyer, please contact the McMahon Law Firm. We treat all of our clients as if they were our own family.
We serve clients throughout Upstate New York, including Onondaga, Cayuga, Oswego and Oneida counties, as well as the cities of Syracuse, Camillus and Auburn.