Welcome to Van Deysen Elder Law Office, PLLC
We are an Elder Law Firm.
Now is the time to protect your assets. Do you want to keep your property and your lifesavings with your family or spend it all on nursing home care?
Serving the Morgantown area and its surrounding counties for the past ten years, Brent L. Van Deysen, an Elder Law Attorney, has dedicated his law practice to helping seniors protect their property and their financial assets from the high costs of nursing home care. Van Deysen Law Office, PLLC, as an Elder Law Firm, has acquired specialized knowledge of complex Federal and state laws, rules and regulations regarding Medicare, Medicaid and Veterans Benefits. These valuable governmental benefits may be used to pay for nursing home care, assisted living care and in-home care.
You need an Elder Law Attorney to help you plan in advance to protect your property and your lifesavings in case you or your spouse needs nursing home care. You have worked hard to save for your family and should not have to lose your property and your lifesavings if you need nursing home care. We can help ensure that your property and lifesavings will benefit you and your loved ones, not the nursing home or the government.
Our Elder Law Firm is dedicated to serving seniors and their caregivers. Van Deysen Law Office, PLLC will help you choose options that are best suited for your unique needs. Wrong answers could cost you your property and your lifesavings.
Call Now for a FREE Consultation –
Now is the time to protect your assets. Give us a call today at (304) 594-1900. We want to make the consultation as convenient as possible and offer home, hospital and nursing home appointments in the Morgantown area and its surrounding counties, including Monongalia, Marion, Preston, Taylor and Harrison.
Plan your estate while you are in good health
If you are in fairly good health, you can transfer your home, property and financial assets into a special type of trust. This arrangement will allow you to live in your home and receive interest income from your financial assets while you are living. If your home and financial assets are owned by your trust, they are not counted to determine eligibility for Medicaid paid nursing home care. The result: If you need nursing home care, Medicaid pays the bill and your home and your financial assets in the trust are protected for your loved ones. This must be done while you are still in good health, five years before an application for Medicaid paid nursing home care is made.