LOS ANGELES, Aug. 4 Elder Law Services of California announced the release of a new report which addresses 10 of the most common questions, concerns and misconceptions about Medi-Cal Planning, including:
A free copy of the report can be obtained at: http://www.ElderLawCalifornia.com
Judd Matsunaga, founding partner of Elder Law Services of California (www.elderlawcalifornia.com), counsels clients on how to qualify for Medi-Cal while protecting their estate against the potential costs of long-term nursing care. "Many California residents are confused by the rules which apply to eligibility requirements for Medi-Cal," Matsunaga said. "In working with our clients, our intention is to provide a realistic assessment of their situation and, where appropriate, advocate on their behalf."
Elder Law Services of California has an extensive background in Medi-Cal Planning, Estate Planning and Real Estate Law. They routinely assist those in need of creating or updating their wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning legal documents. The firm actively keeps their website up-to-date with the latest information and free resources pertaining to Medi-Cal Qualification and Medi-Cal Planning.
Media Contact: Robin Montano, 1-800 403-6078, Robin@ElderLawCalifornia.com
-- Does the family home have to be sold to qualify for Medi-Cal? -- Is property protected against Medi-Cal claims if assets are in a Living Trust? -- What assets can be kept while still qualifying for Medi-Cal? -- Do California residents need to be living at the poverty level to qualify for Medi-Cal reimbursement of nursing home costs?
SOURCE Elder Law Services of California