Estate Planning, Probate, and Elder Law

Medicaid Crisis Planning Lawyer

A Medicaid crisis is defined as when a person has already been admitted to a nursing home, or will be placed in one in the near future, and they have been informed that they have too many assets to qualify for Medicaid. If you or a family member is facing a Medicaid crisis, contact Metairie Elder Law attorney John Sirois today at 985-580-2520 to learn how we can help you. We can show you many techniques to help preserve your hard earned savings while qualifying for Medicaid.

The office of John E. Sirois will make sure that you receive excellent personalized legal service regardless of the issue that you are facing. We offer free consultations to all of our clients, which are completely confidential. Call now at 985-580-2520 or fill out our contact form.

Non-Crisis Medicaid Planning

Non-Crisis Medicaid planning is recommended for those who are currently healthy but wish to adequately plan to protect their life savings should they need care in a nursing home at some point in the future. If you have assets worth protecting, you should plan well in advance for the possibility of an extended long-term care need. Planning ahead usually provides you with the most options. We can develop a plan to suit your needs to help protect your assets and provide peace of mind for you and your family.

Contact John E. Sirois, Houma-Thibodaux Elder Law and Medicaid Long Term Care Attorney, at 985-580-2520 to learn how you can legally protect your assets from nursing home spend-down or to set up a complimentary initial appointment.

Click here to download John’s Long-Term Care and Medicaid Planning Checklist. Read John’s book, Louisiana Retirement and Estate Planning, for more information about long-term care and Louisiana Medicaid planning.

Louisiana Medicaid Long-Term Care planning lawyer, John Sirois works with clients in Lafourche, Terrebonne, Jefferson, St. Charles, Orleans and surrounding areas.