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Why Trust Paul Hardy Law To Help You Prepare For Your Golden Years?

We Work Within Your Budget To Give You Quality Legal Assistance At The Best Value. You Can Trust Us To Make A Strategic, Customized Plan For The Future That Reflects Your Goals!

The best way to protect yourself, your family, and your hard-earned wealth as you head into retirement is to work with an experienced Medicaid planning attorney. Here’s why - thanks to medical and technological advances, seniors in today’s world are living longer than ever before. If you’re over the age of 65, this is good news for you and your loved ones, but not necessarily good news for your budget, as it means there is a greater chance you could end up requiring nursing home care for a longer period of time. In Texas, the average cost of a nursing home is $78,000 per year for a private room. Most seniors don’t have the funds to pay this astronomical cost without going into debt, becoming a financial burden on their families, or using up the inheritance they had planned to leave to their children and grandchildren. Medicaid, a government assistance program, can help pay for nursing home costs, but there are strict income and asset requirements. You may have “too much” money to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough money to afford nursing home care; it’s a complex catch-22 that many seniors find themselves in! A lawyer who understands Medicaid and estate planning law can help you avoid that financial crisis.
Our law firm can give you the legal tools necessary (such as trusts) to guard your assets ahead of time so that you can successfully apply for Medicaid when you need it. Medicaid has a 5 year “look-back” period, which essentially means that they will consider any transfers of assets within the last 5 years of applying; you should plan at least that far in advance before applying in order to secure your assets and qualify for aid, if you can, and our lawyers can advise you every step of the way (even if you need to qualify as soon as possible). At Paul Hardy Law, our goal is to help you leave a lasting legacy. We will take the time to get to know your situation, listen to your concerns, answer all your questions, give you reliable legal advice, minimize taxes, and draft important documents like wills, trusts, powers of attorney, advance directives, and more that can protect your assets while helping you achieve Medicaid eligibility. When you’re ready to apply for Medicaid, we can help with the application process and with appeals, if necessary. Unlike many other Medicaid planning firms, we are 100% attorney-driven; all document creation and filing will be overseen by our lead attorney, and you will work directly with him for the duration of your case. We know that retaining a lawyer is expensive, which is why we also offer payment plans and affordable representation. Let Paul Hardy Law move you forward. Call today for a free consultation!

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