Senior Care Counsel is a network of legal professionals working toward one goal: help the elderly age with dignity. We accomplish this by connecting seniors and their families with local estate planning and elder law attorneys who specialize in protecting assets and relieving the financial burden of long-term care.
As a subsidiary of Krause Financial Services, a company focused on educating and assisting elder law attorneys in their long-term care planning cases, we have a strong history in the senior planning industry. With over 30 years of experience working with legal and financial professionals across the country and providing meaningful solutions for their senior clients, we became one of the leading resource centers for seniors dealing with the financial burden of long-term care.LEARN MORE ABOUT US >
Even if your loved one is already in a care facility, we can connect them with a professional to guide them through Medicaid planning.
If you or a loved one is showing signs of needing care soon, Medicaid planning can provide a meaningful solution to protect your life savings.
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If you're looking to prevent a financial crisis down the road, there's no better way to secure your retirement than a preemptive strike against long-term care costs. You can accomplish this through advance planning.
If you are already in a nursing home or about to enter one, you may think it's too late to protect your life savings. Well, we have good news for you! You or your loved one can find financial relief through crisis planning.
The Problem: Bob entered a long-term care facility 45 days ago, and Carol recently received a monthly bill for $8,500. She needs to find a way to reduce this cost, or she risks draining their entire nest egg.
The Solution: Carol works with an elder law attorney to spend down their assets properly using a Medicaid Compliant Annuity. Bob then applies for Medicaid benefits. This ensures Carol can maintain her livelihood at home and preserve a legacy for their children.
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April 12, 2022
Nursing homes, also called, skilled nursing, is when someone requires 24/7 care. The facilities that have skilled nursing usually will also have rehabilitation therapy programs and advanced medical services. These facilities are a long-term care option but can also be an option for short-term patients.
April 1, 2022
When you were a kid, you probably never imagined there would come a day when your parents needed your support more than you needed theirs. However, if your elderly parents ever opt to move, they'll likely need you to assist them. Moving is difficult for anybody, but it is challenging for seniors who have lost a lot of their mobility over the years.
March 25, 2022
A phrase that often comes up when considering long-term care options is activities of daily living. You might be wondering what these activities are and why they are important. Activities of daily living, also known as ADLs, consist of essential tasks that most healthy individuals can perform on their own.
March 11, 2022
Long-term care can be very expensive, and the last thing you want is to be left destitute if your spouse requires nursing home care. So, what are you supposed to do? Fortunately, you have options to protect your hard-earned savings in the face of a care need. Allow us to clear up some misconceptions you may have about Medicaid and reveal how you can protect your assets from the nursing home.