Get an Attorney’s Perspective of California Estate Plans
Your final wishes can come into conflict with a variety of state and federal laws. In our blog, we explore how current U.S. laws affect the amount of your assets that can be passed on to beneficiaries, and examine how California legislation affects Medi-Cal eligibility, probate, taxation, and other financial considerations.
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Yes, You Can Protect Your Assets and Qualify for Medi-Cal Too frequently we meet clients in dire straights to pay for long-term care, and they need to qualify for Medi-Cal to do so.
Estate Planning & Dementia A diagnosis of Alzheimer's or other form of dementia is a difficult time, not just for the person immediately affected - their entire family feels it.
Planning For Long-Term Care Expenses The odds are nearly even that you'll need long-term care (LTC) after age 65, at least for a while. But, many people haven't planned for that possibility.