Crisis Planning

You need crisis planning if you or a loved one is already at the point of needing long-term care. We can still help. Though options may be limited, we’ll find a solution for quality care while preserving assets.

What is Crisis Planning?

Crisis Planning is just that—you are in crisis and you need help quickly to find avenues to pay for long term care costs. Some tools that may be used when Crisis Planning could include:

  • Last Will and Testament
  • Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
  • Testamentary Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Caregiver Agreements
  • Promissory Notes
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Advanced Directives

Is Crisis Planning Right for You?

  • You are in need of long-term care immediately or in the next 2-3 years.
  • You need help navigating Medicaid services but want to preserve your assets.

Frequently Asked Questions About Crisis Planning

What and who is involved in Crisis Planning?

What and who is involved in Crisis Planning?

When in crisis and trying to find help with long term care it is best to involve an attorney that specializes in Medicaid Planning. You will be involved, directly, in the Crisis Planning and will be determining who you want to help handle your estate while working to get long term care benefits. These individuals can be family members, friends or professionals who have a certain skill set to handle your affairs.

Isn’t Crisis Planning just for rich people?

Isn’t Crisis Planning just for rich people?

Not at all, anyone who is struggling to find long term care options needs Crisis Planning.

How is Crisis Planning different from Strategic Planning?

How is Crisis Planning different from Strategic Planning?

Strategic Planning is forward thinking and gives you more options. Crisis Planning is just that, you are in crisis and you need help quickly to find avenues to pay for long term care costs.

What options do I have at this point?

What options do I have at this point?

Your options are limited, but there is help for you during the crisis.

How much will Crisis Planning cost?

How much will Crisis Planning cost?

Crisis Planning can start at $4,500 and go up to $20,000.

How often will I need to update my plan?

How often will I need to update my plan?

Making sure you are compliant with rules laid out by the state and federal agencies, it is very important to review your plan annually. Our firm offers an annual Medicaid Protector Program that will help you stay compliant with state and federal agencies.