What is Medicaid Planning?
Mississippi Certified Elder Law Attorney Ronald Morton discusses what is meant by Medicaid Planning or asset protection planning to qualify for Medicaid in this episode of Elder Law Matters.
Medicaid Asset Protection Options
This segment of Elder Law Matters Mississippi Certified Elder Law Attorney Ronald Morton explores different options for asset protection prior to qualifying for Medicaid. Morton discusses spend down plans and asset protection plans as a method of protecting assets from Medicaid and loss due to nursing home expense.
Are Gifts Prior to Medicaid Application Illegal?
Ronald Morton explores the consequences of uncompensated transfers and gifts prior to qualifying for Medicaid benefits and how gift penalties work under Mississippi’s Medicaid program.
What is a Living Trust?
Ronald Morton discusses the benefits of a Revocable Living Trust, the role it can play in estate planning, and how the trust can avoid the expense and delay of probate and a conservatorship.
Veterans Aid & Attendance
Ronald Morton discusses benefits available to veterans and their spouses who are disabled, home bound, or require assistance. The Veterans Pension or Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit, is available for veterans who served at least 1 day during war time and at least 90 consecutive days of active duty.
Asset Protection Plan
Mississippi Certified Elder Law Attorney Ronald Morton: Morton Law Firm, PLLC, provides Medicaid planning and asset protection services throughout Mississippi.