Michael T. Heider, P.A.
P.O. Box 1713
Auburndale, FL 33823
Florida Medicaid Rules for Nursing Home Care
Is your spouse or loved one in need of nursing home care? Do you have questions about the rules governing Medicaid Institutional Care Program (ICP) in Florida? Are you worried about protecting your loved ones' assets in the event of placement in a skilled nursing facility?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, The Law Offices of Michael T. Heider, P.A. may be able to help. We are a full service law firm which practices in the area of elder law issues, estate planning and asset protection. Michael Heider, P.A. can personally handle your Medicaid application in state of Florida & provide legal consultation on Medicaid rules and eligibility & answer your common questions regarding Income Rules & Asset protection while applying for Medicaid program in state of Florida.
Florida Medicaid application eligibility can be a very complicated process. You may not know where to begin with Medicare and you may want to contact an experienced attorney to help you understand all of the Florida Medicaid application rules. If you have reviewed the information about Medicaid, you may find that you are completely overwhelmed and this is where a good attorney can help you find the answers if you have been confused.
You may not understand the guidelines when it comes to Florida Medicaid application eligibility. The rules can change concerning eligibility from state to state and if you have not reviewed the rules in Florida, you may find that they can differ compared to other parts of the country and this is something that a Florida attorney should know about clearly and be able to explain to you in terms you can understand.
If you have applied for Florida Medicaid and your application has been denied, you may feel like it’s over and you should give up. This is the best time to contact a Florida attorney and explain to them the situation with your Florida Medicaid application eligibility and they may provide you with answers that you did not know exist. This can help you find that you may actually qualify with the help of an attorney even if you were denied.
You will want to take a close look at your activities of daily living to see if you are having any problems doing anything that you need to do to get through your day, you want to make sure that you include this information on your Florida Medicaid application to ensure that this information is taken into account and you get the benefits you qualify for. When you are talking to your attorney, you want to make sure that your attorney is aware of the Medicaid application eligibility requirements are fully explained to you and if you qualify, it is also known to your attorney.
The Florida Medicaid application rules and eligibility can be very complicated and there are many rules that you must follow to be approved. Hiring an attorney to help you with the process is a great way to get through this process and ensure that you get the benefits you are entitled to by law. You may be leaving out crucial information and this can affect your benefits dramatically. An attorney will map out all of the things you need to take advantage of the Medicaid benefits you are entitled to.
For a free consultation, or to discuss your Florida Medicaid Application & questions related to Medicaid rules & eligibility, please contact the Law Office of Michael T. Heider at 863.551.1947!