Elder Care Law
How best to care for our elderly is a stressful and difficult decision that millions of Americans face each year. The costs and concerns associated with elder care can be substantial. There are five ways to pay for long term care:
Pay privately (approximately $6,000 per mo. for skilled nursing in the Phoenix area)
Medicare (limited term, not a permanent solution)
Long Term Care Insurance (a good idea, but too late when the care is needed)
Medicaid (ALTCS in Arizona)
If your spouse, parent, or loved one is in need of long term care, the costs of such care can rapidly deplete his or her assets. At Eastman Estate Planning, PLLC, we’re proud to focus on Elder Care Law as one of our primary areas of practice. We assist clients in Medicaid and Veteran’s benefits planning for long term care. Our goal is to ensure that your loved one becomes eligible for public assistance in the most efficient manner that is allowable under the law and regulations in this area.
Our goal is to ensure that your loved one becomes eligible for public assistance in the most efficient manner that is allowable under the law.