Troy Nursing Home Planning Attorneys
Helping Families Prepare for the Future
No one knows whether they will need to go to a nursing home as they age, but putting a plan in place “just in case” is a wise and prudent way to protect yourself and your loved ones from some difficult and expensive decisions. At Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, our elder law and estate planning lawyers can help you establish a nursing care plan for a member of your family in Troy, Oakland County, or the surrounding areas.
Don’t leave your family’s well-being to chance. Call (248) 213-9514 to start working out a plan with our nursing home planning lawyers in Troy.
Finding Affordable Nursing Home Care
Many people are surprised to learn that Medicare only covers a small amount of nursing home care. Typically there are 20 days of full nursing home coverage after at least three days in a hospital and up to 80 days of partial coverage. After that patients pay out-of-pocket or apply for Medicaid coverage.
The private-pay and Medicaid rates at nursing homes are often different, and some nursing homes will encourage you to commit your personal assets to a private pay program without explaining that you can use Medicaid instead — without bankrupting yourself.
Scenarios like this are what the experienced elder law attorneys at BRMM are here to help with. Each individual situation is unique and Medicaid rules change often, so what applies to your friends or neighbors may not apply to you and your situation. Our elder law attorneys can find a solution that works for you. We are fully versed in Medicaid law and how to navigate the complicated government forms and procedures to maximize the benefits you deserve.
You Can Make This Easier by Planning Ahead
A smart move is to meet with an elder law attorney long before you or your loved one needs a nursing home, so your plan is set well in advance. Sometimes a move into a nursing home is an expected step and other times it happens fairly quickly after an accident or stroke. Either way, the process can be overwhelming and emotional, so having a plan in place before you need it makes the move a little easier.
Our Troy elder law attorneys are here to help you get a nursing home plan in place. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
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We are grateful for their guidance and would definitely recommend BRMM.
“This firm has taken care of the planning for my husband and I to protect our future heirs. We are grateful for their guidance and would definitely recommend BRMM.”
I would recommend them 100 times over.
“They treat you like family and walked us through the entire Medicaid process for my mom, as well, as made sure our POA documents were in place. I couldn't be more grateful for their kindness, help, and guidance.”
- Van Zweden Famil
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“When you have confidence in your lawyer, such as I found with Andy Mayoras and other members within his law firm, I fully trusted that my position was going to be zealously represented in an upstanding and professional way. I have nothing but deep respect ”
- George L.
The attorneys at BRMM exceeded all our needs and expectations during this trying time.
“Our family can not thank them both enough for their great work. We highly recommend their services for anyone's elderly care needs.”
- Kevin D.
Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. was a Godsend.
“When I count what few blessings I am fortunate to have, Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras P.C. is one of them.”
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