Will Medi-Cal Recovery Affect My Home? How Do I Protect It?

 
 

If you receive Medi-Cal benefits and you pass away, California can collect on your medical costs by recovering from your estate. That means that the state can come after your home. Have you planned properly to make sure that your loved ones (NOT the state) inherit your home?

This episode of The Ask Amity Show focuses on the dangers of Medi-Cal estate recovery. Our attorneys share their knowledge on how to avoid estate recovery and how to make sure your loved ones get their inheritance.

 

Meet Our Attorneys

 
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Amity Law Group, LLP is an award-winning law firm located in Rosemead, CA. Our experienced estate planning attorneys work with families to help them protect what they value most: their children, homes, and assets.

Our attorneys and staff members assist clients in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese.

Our attorneys bring more than 25 combined years of estate planning experience to the table. Recently, our attorney Edmund Yan was recognized as a California Rising Star in Estate Planning and Probate by Super Lawyers. Only 2.5% of attorneys are selected to the Rising Stars list.

Also, Edmund was named one of the Top 40 attorneys under 40 in California by The National Advocates in the field of Wills, Trusts, and Estates. Each year, only 40 attorneys from each state who are under 40 years old are selected based on their skill, performance, and leadership.

Contact us today and see why families in San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles trust Amity Law Group.

 
 
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