For people of all backgrounds, races, genders, etc., retirement is something we will all face. Knowing what you will be able to do with your life once you are incapable of work is something that many people find stressful. For the elderly, it can be difficult or scary wondering how they are going to pay for all their expenses without having a job. It can be especially scary for those who do not qualify for Medicaid. Thankfully, with the help of 7th Day Financial, it can be easy to navigate these decisions that might otherwise feel restrictive from having a safe and happy retirement.
In order to qualify for Medicaid in Florida, you must be a resident of the state of Florida, a U.S. national, citizen, permanent resident, or legal alien, in need of health care/insurance assistance, whose financial situation would be characterized as low income or very low income. There are lots of retirees who feel that they need Medicaid, but fear that they do not qualify. Medicaid has very specific rules, especially about assets, that may prevent someone from benefitting from financial help.
Younger people, disabled individuals, and people who are in the middle of their career or getting ready to retire also require representation in these same areas. James Johnson Elder Law does more than assist with qualifying for Medicaid. They also help to manage an estate plan and handle probate and trust administrations. Young adults may need assistance while dealing with trust administrations, as there are often certain tax laws they may not know about prior to receiving trust and managing it. Some may have trouble getting the money they had expected to receive after their relative passed away.
Other people who may need extra help from 7th Day Financial are parents who have disabled children. They may need extra help with guardianship or managing the paperwork associated with an aging person with special needs. Sometimes, the insurance they have does not give all the benefits they need to keep themselves and their child healthy and safe.