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Arlington Medicaid Planning Lawyer

The cost of long-term care for seniors and persons with disabilities can be overwhelming high. The monthly cost of a bed in a Virginia nursing home often exceeds $7,000, while assisted living care can cost upwards of $5,000 per person. Many families are shocked to learn about such costs. Many have questions and concerns about how Medicaid and veterans benefits may be able to help cover these costs.

Medicaid is a large, complicated system administered by federal and state governments. The complexity of Medicaid's rules and processes is such that many families need the assistance of a lawyer who understands how to obtain benefits and ensure that families are set up for success.

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Medicaid planning is a process by which individuals and families can position their income and assets in such a way that will enable them to qualify for benefits while holding onto as much of their income and assets as possible. At the law firm of Gene Robinson Law, PLC, in Arlington, we help our clients navigate this process. we can provide advice and direction regarding:

  • How to apply for Medicaid
  • How to position your family for Medicaid to pay for nursing home and other important services
  • Exploring any veterans benefits for which your loved one may qualify, including Aid & Attendance pensions
  • How to handle a denial of benefits

As an experienced Medicaid planning lawyer, I can help you explore your options and figure out how to achieve your goals.

Contact An Arlington Veterans Benefits Attorney

Contact us to schedule a consultation with a Medicaid planning attorney in Arlington, Virginia. We can answer your questions and help you address your concerns.



Gene Robinson Law, PLC
4620 Lee Highway
Suite 216
Arlington, VA 22207
Phone: 703-224-8282
Fax: 703-910-2100
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