Do I Need An Attorney When Applying For Medicaid

Medicaid helps millions receive the care they need to keep living. Many families depend on Medicaid to cover the cost of end-of-life care. So why do many still try to complete the application process without assistance? The main reason may be that most don’t realize the help is there. Read the full article here:

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In this article, we discuss the necessity of legal expertise when applying for Medicaid and the common mistakes that applicants make when completing the process independently. We will answer the following questions: Should I plan for nursing home assistance?, Are my finances reviewed to determine Medicaid eligibility?, What if I need Medicaid eligibility now for nursing home costs?, What happens if I need to appeal a Medicaid denial?, and Can I complete my Medicaid application by myself?

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