Maryland Medicaid Crisis Lawyers
It’s not too late to protect the home and life savings
even after a loved one enters the nursing home
Protect the Home
Protect the Savings
Get the Care They Need
You shouldn’t have to sell the home and empty the life savings to pay for nursing home care.
Our Maryland Medicaid Crisis Lawyers Protect What Matters to You.
We’ve worked with many families just like yours to protect their home, life savings, and children’s inheritance when applying for Medicaid in Maryland.
You deserve a Medicaid attorney who truly listens and works in your best interest. We’re always here for you.
For over 20 years, we have been committed to serving Anne Arundel, Maryland and surrounding communities.
A Step Beyond
Get more than just the right paperwork. You deserve a lawyer who understands what you’re going through.
What our clients are saying
Greg Jimeno and his staff were delightful to work with and extremely competent and thorough. [We}heartily recommend Chesapeake Wills and Trust for anyone hoping to make their future secure.
G.C. – Client
We had a revocable trust drawn up. Greg Jimeno did an excellent job. Answered all of our questions thoroughly. Highly recommend Chesapeake Wills and Trusts.
C.C. – Client
C.A.K. – Client
Client names redacted for their privacy. Testimonials were submitted by clients to our online location and legal listings.
Find peace of mind knowing they’re cared for and their assets are protected.
Here’s how it works.
1. Hire Our Team
We review their assets and help you protect their life savings.
2. Get a Protection Plan
We handle the Medicaid application process while protecting assets.
3. Focus on Your Family
You spend time with them knowing everything is taken care of.
Pay for the nursing home without losing their life savings.
It is always difficult when a loved one needs to enter a nursing home. This next chapter in their life brings fear and anxiety for everyone in the family. In addition, nursing homes can be extremely expensive leaving you wondering if you will have to sell their home and spend their life savings to get them the care they deserve.
A common misconception after a loved one enters a nursing home is it’s too late to protect their assets and they’ll have to spend their life savings before they can apply for Medicaid assistance.
It’s not too late!
At Chesapeake Wills and Trusts, we help you protect your loved one’s assets and work to make them Medicaid eligible even after they enter a nursing home. You shouldn’t have to sell their home and liquidate their assets to provide the care they deserve.
Here’s how it works:
- First, hire our team. We’ll review your loved one’s assets and develop an asset protection strategy for you.
- Second, we help you apply for Medicaid while protecting their assets.
- Finally, spend more quality time with them knowing their assets are protected and they’ll be able to afford the care they deserve.
So, call today and take the first step to peace of mind for you and your loved one.
How We Serve Our Clients Anne Arundel County and All Across Maryland
Planning for your own end of life, or a situation where due to disability you are unable to manage your assets, isn’t exactly comfortable. However, putting off planning can lead to more stress for your loved ones and unnecessary uncertainty around what happens to your estate.
Whether your loved one has a clear estate plan, or no plan at all, the probate process adds unneeded stress to your life during a difficult time. Not knowing how the courts will distribute your family member’s assets can feel scary.
We believe everyone deserves the time they need to grieve the loss of a loved one and probate shouldn’t get in the way.
A guardianship is the legal process used by the courts to appoint someone to make legal and financial decisions for people who cannot do it for themselves due to a physical or mental disability. If a guardian is appointed, the person subject to the guardianship loses the ability to make decisions for themselves for as long as they remain disabled.
Last Will and Testament
A common misconception after a loved one enters a nursing home is that it’s too late to protect their assets, or that they will have to spend their life savings before they can apply for Medicaid assistance.
It's not too late! Our Medicaid Crisis Lawyers can help you protect your loved one’s assets and work to make them Medicaid eligible even after they enter a nursing home.
Powers of Attorney
Chesapeake Care Plan
The Chesapeake Promise
When working with our team, you can expect us to:
Treat you like our own family
Always explain the next steps
Keep you in the loop
Work for your best interests
Get Our Step-by-Step Guide to Protecting Your Life-Savings
Download our free Medicaid Guide and learn the steps you can take now to protect your hard-earned life savings and make sure you get the best care possible when you need it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to a few common questions we hear from our clients.
How do I qualify for Medicaid in Maryland?
What are Maryland Medicaid income limits?
What is the difference between Medicaid and Medicare?
How long is the Medicaid lookback period?
You shouldn’t have to spend their life savings on nursing home care.
Most people don’t know there are alternatives to spending their life savings on a nursing home or assisted living facility. With the right plan in place, you can receive Medicaid assistance when you need it and ensure your home and life savings are safe.
Qualify for Medicaid and protect the home and life savings.
Learn more about Medicaid
Want to learn more? Here are our latest articles written by our Anne Arundel-based Medicaid crisis attorneys to help you better understand how to protect your home and life savings.
An elder law attorney suggested the purchase of a vehicle as a way to protect some of my grandma’s assets. While this would be excluded during the Medicaid spend-down, what can we do to prevent the car from being taken by estate recovery after she passes? I was told to do a title transfer from her name to mine after she is qualified for Medicaid. Is it really that simple?
President Biden has signed the latest COVID-19 relief bill, which in addition to authorizing stimulus checks, funding vaccine distribution, and extending unemployment benefits, also provides assistance to seniors in a number of ways.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has issued new guidance on whether families can visit loved ones in nursing homes. The guidance allows indoor visitation even when the resident has not been vaccinated.
Parents and other family members who want to pass on assets during their lifetimes may be tempted to gift the assets. Although setting up an irrevocable trust lacks the simplicity of giving a gift, it may be a better way to preserve assets for the future.
Long-term care involves not only a loss of personal autonomy; it also comes at a tremendous financial price. Proper planning can help your family prepare for the financial toll and protect assets for future generations.
How to pay for nursing home care in Maryland: this is a common concern of so many families as their parents get older. In this article, we'll cover the three main ways you can pay for nursing home care in MD, and a few options you may not have considered. And, we have...
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