We Can Help You Get Medicaid to Pay Nursing Home Bills

While Ensuring the First-Class Care Your Loved One Needs and Deserves.

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(303) 409-3578

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One of the biggest concerns many people have today is the fear of going broke in a nursing home.

Medicaid law allows you to use a variety of planning tools, including trusts, gifts, and Medicaid-friendly annuities to protect your or your loved one's home and life savings from $6,000 to $10,000 per month nursing home bills.

Since 1974, our staff has helped hundreds of families obtain government benefits, including Medicaid and VA pensions, when it seemed that all hope of protecting assets and getting great care was lost. 

You are at the right place at the right time to learn the ropes of long-term-care planning, and discuss the details of your situation with one of our talented team members ABSOLUTELY FREE .

So, call us now at (303) 409-3578 to see if we can help you find untold thousands in government benefits, and save the lion's share of remaining family assets--all while ensuring the first-class care you or your loved one needs and deserves!

CALL HUGHES ELDER LAW NOW.  IT'S FREE!

(303) 409-3578


 
 

The Colorado Guide to  Medicaid

The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA) was signed into law by President Bush on February 8, 2006. This legislation contains new and harsh restrictions on the treatment of transfers without fair consideration for the purpose of qualifying for Medicaid. The DRA also places a cap on the exempt equity value of a 

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Medicaid’s Rules On Gift Transfers In Colorado

 

On February 8, 2006, the Deficit Reduction Act of 2006 was signed into law.  This legislation contained new and harsh restrictions on the treatment of transfers made on or after February 8, 2006 without fair consideration 

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Is Medicaid Planning Legal and Ethical?

 

If you are concerned about the law and ethics of Medicaid Planning, you are not alone.  What we have to tell you here, however, should ease your mind. 

Every planning technique and option we discuss with our clients is 100% legal and in accordance with both state and federal laws.  For example, 

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