As you age, it's important to make plans for your future health care. This isn't something that's easy to handle or think about, but taking care of the details now might help you later on. And it will almost certainly help to make life easier for your loved ones.
Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP is pleased to announce the expansion of the firm's White Plains office. The 1,000 square foot addition will allow the firm to meet the growing demand for elder law services in Westchester County and better enable the firm to provide educational seminars to seniors, caregivers and the practicing bar.
Although formulating an estate and long term care plan is an important step towards financial security, many people fail to have even the most basic plan and advanced directives. One potential hurdle is a fear of putting together a poor plan. Having a basic understanding of these common mistakes can help reduce the risk of making some unfortunate errors. The following are examples of the most common errors made:
Over the last decade, numerous non-attorney controlled entities have cropped up nationwide offering Medicaid and elder law planning services. Many of these entities have branched into these services from traditional home care and geriatric care management services, while others are newly created. The services offered by these providers are varied, often including the preparation and filing of Medicaid nursing home and home care applications, drafting of personal service contracts and qualified income trusts (in some states), as well as rendering advice regarding Medicaid eligibility and how to obtain benefits.