Medicaid Attorney in Las Vegas and Henderson
Discover Whether or Not You Qualify for Medicaid in Nevada
Nevada offers its qualified residents Medicaid assistance for payment of long-term care. This is a form of government assistance helps individuals with costs of long-term care and is provided to those with limited means and income. Our Las Vegas attorneys can help you determine whether or not you or a loved one would qualify as well as devise the best plan of action for your particular needs. Our legal team at Roland Law Firm has over 30 years of combined legal knowledge will firmly support your case.
The rules for Medicaid qualification are very strict. Our firm will assist you with the eligibility requirements under the Medicaid program for the medical assistance to the aged, blind and disabled. We can help you determine whether or not you or a loved one qualifies for Medicaid assistance. Very often, if you don't qualify, we can assist you with adjustments in your asset base are legal and will achieve Medicaid eligibility.
Representation from the Firm's Exceptional Probate Attorneys
Many individuals are in desperate need of financial aid for long term care, but do not qualify for Medicaid Eligibility. This may be due to the fact their income is high because they have accumulated an amount of assets higher than the rules allow. Our legal team understands the difficulties arise when filing for Medicaid and are able to help you preserve the maximum legal amount of assets of and income while achieving your Medicaid eligibility.
At Roland Law Firm, we will take you through every step of the process and will fight for the financial assistance you so badly need. We have the necessary tools and experience needed to
start open your case and evaluate your legal needs in the matter. Whether or not you believe you qualify for Medicaid, our qualified Las Vegas attorneys can determine this for you while also devising a plan to legally protect your assets and income to the maximum amount allowed by law.
Contact Roland Law Firm to start your path toward Medicaid assistance and eligibility for long-term care.