Jointly funded by federal and state governments, Medicaid is a means tested health program typically available to families and individuals with low incomes and for people with some disabilities who can’t afford specialized medical care.
Medicaid covers the following amenities and services:
- Nursing home care
- Prenatal care
- Family planning services
- Emergency ambulance transportation costs
- Psychiatric health care for those under 21 or over 65
- Costs accrued by patients under 21 in the Child/Teen Health Program
- Home health care
- Dental and preventative health care
- Inpatient and outpatient hospital services
- Smoking cessation agents
- Health clinic services
Meet Attorney Michael Einheuser:
Michael Einheuser has been practicing law for 35 years. He’s been privileged to be involved in writing over 2,000 estate plans. For us, estate planning isn’t a “product.” It’s a “process.” Michael can help you identify your hopes for the future as well as your fears. Then, Michael will customize an estate plan uniquely suited for you. The result isn’t just a collection of legal documents. It’s Peace of Mind. Michael has always regarded the practice of law as one of the “helping” professions. He believes that attorneys should conduct themselves like doctors or ministers, serving as a trusted professional that people can turn to for help with their most important and sometimes most private concerns.
Michigan Lawyer – Guiding You through the Medicaid Filing Steps
The Medicaid filing process is complex and extensive. Once you file for the process, you must know within 45 days if you have been denied or accepted, except in cases where disability should be determined.
If they must look into your disability before granted Medicaid benefits, you may not know until 90 days later. If you are pregnant or applying on behalf of your children however, you should know within 30 days after filing. That is where we come in.
Einheuser Legal Group and our experienced Medicaid lawyer will be more than happy to help you fill out the legal paperwork and answer any questions or concerns that you may have. An experienced Medicaid lawyer at our offices can help you with such issues as:
- Medicaid Appeals
- Medicaid Applications
- Medicaid FAQ
- Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts
- Medicaid Planning
- Medicaid Surplus Income
- Medicaid Transfers
- Community Medicaid vs. Long Term Care
- Income Testing
- Asset Testing
- Planning & Protecting Your Future with an Elder Attorney in NYC
Searching for a Michigan lawyer for Medicaid?
If you have questions about Medicaid or are interested in applying in Michigan, an attorney at our law firm can help. Contact our Medicaid lawyer today for a confidential consultation.
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