Why Do Some Seniors in California Nursing Homes Pay Almost Nothing...While Others Go Broke?Attend a Free Seminar to Learn How to Solve These Problems: 1 MEDI-CAL BENEFIT QUALIFICATION: Strategies to avoid Nursing Home Poverty in order to protect your home and retirement savings 2 PROBATE COSTS AND DELAYS: Avoid potential lengthy delays. Eliminate or minimize substantial court, attorney’s and executor’s fees 3 INCAPACITY: Make your final wishes known with an Advanced Health Care Directive, an Irrevocable Medicaid Trust and a Power of Attorney 4 CONSERVATORSHIP: Avoid a publicly humiliating and expensive conservatorship proceeding if you become legally incapacitated or disabled 5 NEGATIVE INHERITANCE: Prevent spending all your assets on nursing home costs and leaving your kids with bills rather than an inheritance
Attendees receive a FREE 1-hour private consultation to learn how to protect their assets against long-term care costs! (A $600 Value!)Will you be one of the thousands of seniors who are forced to file bankruptcy every year as a result of crushing medical bills? You don’t have to go bankrupt to get the long-term health care you deserve! When you attend one of our free workshops, you’ll discover how you can pay for long-term care without going broke, preserve your nest egg, and keep your family home. About Laura L. Bromlow and Schomer Law Group Laura L. Bromlow began practicing law in 1997 and was licensed in Kansas, Missouri and Florida before moving to California, where she has been practicing since 2012. Mrs. Bromlow’s primary focus is estate planning with a specific emphasis in Elder Law and Special Needs Planning. She is knowledgeable in public needs-based benefits such as Medi-Cal and VA Pension planning. This coupled with her empathetic personality and passion for assisting families makes her particularly skilled with planning with an eye towards long-term care. She also excels at helping clients during the difficult time following the death of a loved one. Her practice extends to probate, trust administration and conservatorships. Laura is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, recognized as a top resource by Money Magazine and Suze Orman.