Understanding the process of qualifying for Medicaid in Texas can be
confusing at best.
Medicaid rules and regulations are complex, tricky, and seemingly designed
to frustrate those people that Medicaid is in place to
My name is Richard M. Barron, and as an Elder Law Attorney, I
have spent the last 17 years helping people in Texas receive
quality nursing home care while legally
protecting their family's assets. FREE initial consultation with no obligation on your part.
I hear the same questions over and over from people like
you...people who are concerned that qualifying for Medicaid
is going to leave them with virtually nothing:
- Can I protect my home from the state?
- How much of my income will I be allowed to keep?
- How can I reduce (or even eliminate) my nursing home
- Will I be able to pass on an inheritance to my children?
- Is there a way for me to avoid the hassle of dealing with State
- My loved one is already in a nursing home...is it
too late to qualify for benefits?
With these questions in mind, I have prepared a comprehensive
guide to help consumers educate themselves on the ins
and outs of the Medicaid system. I would like to offer
you a FREE copy
of this guide, featuring a number of strategies and tips
written in plain English:
Our goal is to help you protect your assets from the cost of nursing
home or other other long‑term care, and to assure security for
your spouse and a legacy for your children.
We can guide you through the Medicaid Application maze and
save you time and money.
Here is just some of what is revealed...
- Discover some of the biggest
mistakes families of nursing home residents make (and
how you can avoid them!)
- Find out why "traditional" estate
planning may not work...and find out what does.
- Learn how gifting money
to your children can disqualify you from Medicaid
unless it's done just right
- Learn How a Living Trust
can ruin your planning opportunities for Medicaid
- Find out how you might be
able to qualify for Medicaid without spending
- Learn how retirement plans can be decimated and how you might be able to protect
- Learn one of the legal documents you should probably have in place...and
the three things it should contain
- Learn how to find the right nursing home and how to get good care there
Legal Disclaimer. This information has been provided for informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice. The receipt of this information does not establish an attorney client privilege. Proper legal advice can only be given upon consideration of all the relevant facts and the law. Therefore, you should not act upon any information contained herein without seeking appropriate legal counsel.
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