Medicaid Eligibility, Estate Preservation, and Senior Financial Planning in Texas

Applying for Medicaid and obtaining Medicaid financial assistance and eligibility in Texas can be a very difficult task. The medical necessity, income and resources rules and requirements on Medicaid applications can change often, can be very complex and hard to understand. Finding quality and accurate financial advice and guidance in these Medicaid eligibility issues can be challenging. Seniors Financial Solutions can help Texas Veterans coordinate getting their VA Benefits and financial help for home care with Veterans Service Offices and help Veterans integrate future Asset Protection and Medicaid Planning with VA Planning Strategies.

Do not assume that you have to lose your loved one’s life savings before you can obtain Medicaid eligibility. The Medicaid Eligibility Handbook published by the Texas Department of Health and Human Services Commission provides for many financial rules and options to “spend down” assets in ways that can actually help the applicant’s family, instead of only “spending down” assets by paying for nursing home expenses and charges. Obtaining competent financial consultation for Medicaid Eligibility is vital to implementing successful Asset Protection and Estate Preservation Strategies. SFS can assist you in assembling the right team to help you and your family.

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Seniors Financial Solutions, Inc. provides financial Asset Protection Planning services for applicants who are residents of the State of Texas or intend to become residents of the State of Texas. Seniors Financial Solutions is not a law firm or accounting firm. We do not offer legal advice or tax advice services. Information contained within this website, our publications, our client agreements, client communications, and oral communications are not, nor intended to be, legal advice or tax advice. You must see your legal or accounting professionals for those services.