Georgia residents want what is best for their parents and loved ones as they age, and while keeping them in the house may be the best way to do that for some people, this is not an option everyone can avail. Regardless of where they reside, caring for an adult or even a child who is disabled over a long period of time can cause emotional and financial stress that many may not anticipate.
For this reason, it is important to engage in Medicaid, special needs or nursing home planning early on. The sooner one starts thinking about cost of taking care of disabled loved ones, the more likely it is that they are able to create a comprehensive plan that caters to all their needs, should the time come that they are no longer able to provide the care themselves.
Lawyers at the Pollan Law Firm understand that disabled children are both a gift and a concern for parents-they want to ensure that children are taken care of at the same level they were during their parent's lifetime while being acutely aware of the fact that no one else but them can provide that care. We help our clients create plans that can allow them to continue living the same standard of living, with dignity and comfort, after parents are no longer around to ensure it.
There are many creative ways to continue to receive Medicaid while still protecting one's assets, and we help our clients do just that. For more on how we help our clients, visit our page.