Applying for Medicaid is a complex setup that requires a ton of research and time. Although a mind-numbing process, having an attorney present when going over your Medicaid application will save you a lot of hassle when dealing with the administrative and legal portion of the application.
Having an attorney present when applying for Medicaid will ensure you remain compliant throughout the process. Numerous rules, regulations, and laws fall into place when applying for Medicaid, and you will want to be on top of all that.
The best part about this is that the state will allow you to have reasonable attorney fees as part of your spending during the application process.
A Medicaid caseworker has an affirmative duty to help an applicant such as yourself through the Medicaid process. However, they do not have your best in mind; they have the state of Ohio's best interest in mind.
What this means is that they will not tell you the more intricate things you will be able to do. This is where the attorney comes into play, as they can go over every detail with you during the application process.
Don't let the Medicaid application scare you off from trying to get benefits. Plan for Medicaid with Richard A. Myers, Jr. & Associates, LLC. to avoid losing out on money that's necessary for proper care. Talk to us today, and we will help you figure this process out the right way.