If you do nothing else . . . READ THIS NOW: 

—  Before You Agree to Pay a Nursing Home Anything

—  BeforeYou Agree to Turn Over All Your Assets

—  Before You Decide You Are “Too Rich” for Medicaid

By the time you get to the end of this page, you will understand that everything you thought you knew about PAYING FOR LONG TERM CARE was completely WRONG.  

Myth No. 1: Government Pay for Nursing Home Care is only for the Very Poor.  Correct statement of the law, but not a correct statement of reality.  Non-countable assets remain available for a Medicaid recipient’s use.

Myth No. 2:  By the Time I Need a Nursing Home, I Won’t Care.  Not true.  No matter why you are in a nursing home, you will need money for comfort, entertainment, and dignity.

Myth No. 3:  I Will Just Give Away My Money to My Kids.  Do that, and you will have neither your money nor Medicaid eligibility.

Myth No. 4:  This Sounds Illegal.  Not only is “Medicaid Planning” legal, is is based on the government’s own rules. Qualified Medicaid Planning and Elder Law attorneys scrupulously adhere to the complex rules that few other attorneys even know exist.

Initial Consultation


The main goal of the initial consultation is to determine whether you and Rob are a good fit. Rob currently specializes in representing small businesses and people facing everyday civil issues. Both you and Rob will want to evaluate several things during your first meeting. To best evaluate these areas, be prepared to give Rob … Continued

Representation


Attorneys in and around Chicago are required to abide by the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct. While representing his clients, Rob Cohen makes sure to abide by the Rules of Professional Conduct. As his client, you can expect the following from his representation. Competence Rob has practiced law for a long time. During that time, … Continued

Settlement


A settlement occurs when you resolve your claim outside of court. There are numerous reasons to settle your case. Know that the decision whether to settle or to continue to trial is completely up to you. Chicago-area attorney Rob Cohen will advise on whether he thinks you should settle or not, but he will not … Continued

Trial


Settlement negotiations never got off the ground or, after they did, never reached their final destination. Your civil trial is approaching and, understandably, you are unsure of what to expect. Northern Illinois-area attorney Rob Cohen understands your anxiety. Beyond his other responsibilities in presenting your case competently and persuasively, Rob prides himself in assuaging his … Continued