You have questions about Medicaid.
Here are answers.
1️⃣ Read the articles below for a good introduction to Medicaid for long-term care. (Articles currently in progress.)
2️⃣ Schedule a virtual consultation to get legal advice specific to your situation.
Notices of Proof Needed
The application & documentation
Approval or denial
Acting within your legal authority
Making the most of what you have
Allowed transfers and divestments
The ethics of Medicaid planning
Note: This site is for Wisconsin residents who have questions about long-term care and Medicaid. It is not for residents of other states. It does not apply to the Medicaid or BadgerCare programs that pay for regular health care.
Still have questions?
The more you learn about Medicaid, the more questions pop up. At some point, most people need a professional to look at their unique situation and give them targeted advice.
That’s why I offer virtual consultations for clients anywhere in Wisconsin. I will answer your questions about Medicaid and long-term care and give you an actionable plan.
Real answers to your most important questions about Medicaid for long-term care.
Know what you need to know, what you can do, what you cannot do, and what you should do.
This is a paid, 2-hour virtual meeting, by phone or Zoom.
You will fill out a short intake form and send copies of important documents before the meeting by secure file upload, email, fax, or mail.
If you need ongoing legal help after the consult, I will connect you with a good, local elder law attorney.
Click this link to schedule your virtual consultation, or select a time below. You will receive a confirmation email with the intake form and further instructions.
Who am I?
I’m a Wisconsin elder law attorney with offices in New Richmond and River Falls, Wisconsin. I help Wisconsin families care for their elderly or disabled loved ones.
You can read more about my local practice at bswright.com.