How An Attorney Can Help You Get Better Results With Medicaid
While it is possible to complete Medicaid forms and applications on your own, it is highly beneficial to work with an attorney through the process. What many people do not realize is that your application can be denied, which can negatively impact your future financial state.
At Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP, we are dedicated to helping our clients obtain Medicaid benefits. Whether it be a home care or nursing home Medicaid application, we understand the complicated regulations that surround Medicaid and will work to help you complete your application accurately so you receive the benefits you deserve.
Why Work With A Lawyer?
Although there are agencies and other organizations that claim to provide help with complicated Medicaid documents, working with an attorney who’s knowledgeable in elder law is the best way to ensure your application will be accurate, complete and correct. There are numerous Medicaid statues, regulations and guidelines in play that can affect how an application is processed and whether or not it will be approve. An attorney who focuses on elder law and Medicaid issues can help you understand important issues involving:
- Eligibility periods
- Penalty periods and exceptions
- Surplus income
- Utilization of pooled income only trusts
At Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP, our attorneys have over a century of combined experience helping clients work through difficult Medicaid issues. You can trust us to dig in and do what’s right for you. We can help you with your Medicaid, estate plan and other long-term care planning matters.
Don’t Try To Complete Your Medicaid Application On Your Own
Utilize the help of an experienced attorney when applying for Medicaid. Depending on your financial status, having the right Medicaid plan in place could make all the difference in the future of your health and finances. That is why it is so important to work with a lawyer who is experienced with Medicaid.
Contact Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP, today to schedule your appointment. With offices in White Plains and Somers, New York, we serve the greater Westchester County area and are here and ready to help you. Complete our online contact form or give us a call at 914-269-2367.