Helping You With Medicaid Qualification
We Help You Cover The Bases
The Medicaid qualification and application process is extensive and requires you to jump through many hoops, check a lot of boxes, and cross a lot of Ts. You need to know all of your information, how to express the facts in a way that best presents you and your needs, and how not to miss anything along the way. If you make a mistake along the way, there is a good chance that you will not get the benefits you are entitled to. People are denied aid and turned away because of a simple mistake that could easily be made by almost any of us. The lawyers at Rheinhardt and Bray know every T that needs crossing, every I that needs to be dotted. We help you with the planning process and making sure you pass the qualification test.
When you are working on getting everything you need in order, contact us and we will make sure your ducks are in a row. Some of the things that you should make sure you have available when planning are:
- Checking Account Statements
- Savings Account Statements
- IRA, 401K, 403B, Keogh Account Statements
- Mortgage Statements
- Social Security Card
- Insurance Premium Bill of Payment Coupon
- Recent/ Most Recent Pay Stubs
- Pension Statement
- Unemployment Check Stubs
- VA Award Letter
This is not an all-inclusive list, there are many more things that you will be required to present or have available when applying for Medicaid and Medicare.
Let’s Get You Started
Our whole mission is to put our clients needs first, to make life easier for you, and to make sure you can take advantage of the law and any benefits that may make your life or the lives of your loved ones better later in life. Our attorneys have over 25 years of Elder Law and Estate Planning experience. Give us a call, and we will make sure the system works as best as it can for you and know your rights under the law.
Our Ilion Office can be reached at (315) 894-8330 and our Rome office can be reached at (315) 339-0503
Rheinhardt and Bray elder law are members of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, inc. and National Elder Law Foundation (NELF). We are constantly working to preserve and grow our knowledge of the law and the trends therein.