Wednesday, March 25, 2020
The National Business Institute is holding a webcast entitled, Medicaid: Qualifying Clients for Immediate Care and Protecting Assets, on Friday, April 17, 2020 at Central: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Provided below is the description of the event.
Helping Clients Secure Nursing Home Coverage Without Destroying Family Assets
Medicaid planning is most effective when done ahead of time. Sadly, most clients seek help when the need for nursing home is urgent or when the loved one is already in the facility. Do you have all the tools at your disposal for tackling such tough cases? This practical guide zeroes in on the very techniques that work in the crisis situations - when the penalty period is already triggered or care is already being provided. Learn what asset transfer approaches are still available and how to make certain to protect family assets. Help clients make the best of a tough situation. Register today!
- Clarify what types of asset transfers will NOT trigger penalty periods of ineligibility.
- Get all the tools you need to provide for the spouse staying in the community.
- Draft caregiver agreements that are sure to qualify for Medicaid compensation.
- Learn what can still be done with an adverse Medicaid decision.
- Protect the family home with techniques tailored to specific family dynamics and circumstances.
Who Should Attend
This Medicaid planning guide is designed for attorneys. It will also benefit nursing home administrators, accountants, geriatric care managers, care coordinators, social workers and paralegals.
- What Happens in an Emergency Medical Situation
- Asset Purchase and Transfer Strategies
- How to Transfer a Residence
- Using Promissory Notes to Help Clients Currently in the Nursing Home
- Life Care Contracts Between Parents and Children
- Contesting Denial of Benefits, Penalty Period Dates and Other Adverse Medicaid Decisions
- Providing for the Community Spouse
- Legal Ethics in Medicaid Practice
- Emergency Medicaid for Non-Qualified Non-Citizens and Undocumented Individuals