Medicaid planning uses legal tools and strategies to set up your estate in a way that reduces the value of your “countable resources” for Medicaid purposes while still protecting those resources. A common Medicaid planning tool, for example, is a Medicaid trust that can be used to remove assets from your estate while still providing you with a steady income stream. Learn more about medicaid planning should it be part of your estate plan in this presentation.
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