A Medicaid lien on a Medicaid recipient’s property works to reimburse the state for Medicaid benefits provided to the recipient, such as nursing home coverage. Even if a home is exempt while the recipient is alive, the home can become subject to the lien once the Medicaid recipient passes away. Right To Reimbursement Indiana has […]
Paying for medical care can be a daunting task. Where will this money come from, and how are you supposed to be able to pay it? If you or a loved one are seeking to enter into a long-term care facility, you may qualify for Medicaid to reduce some of your expenses related to medical […]
If you exceed Medicaid’s asset limits, you need to spend down and potentially deplete most of your assets to qualify. If you transfer or give away your assets before applying, you might be penalized and ineligible for benefits. Because of this, satisfying Medicaid’s asset limits requires careful planning and consideration. Read on to learn more about long-term care Medicaid asset limits, including what you can do to protect your assets and still receive benefits.