Medicaid Without Poverty
A common goal in estate planning, especially for people who are retired or who have a chronic illness, is the protection of assets in case they need long-term care. It's common knowledge that qualification for Medicaid benefits usually requires the recipient to be impoverished. It is less common knowledge, however, that you can protect many of your assets and still qualify for Medicaid if you plan ahead.
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