top of page
pexels-rdne-stock-project-6129116.jpg

Presents:

Medicaid Trusts and 2024 Law Changes

- Leslie Sultan and special guest,
Jack Lippmann of Elder Care Services-

Date: Jan 10, 2024

Location: Virtual (Zoom)

Time: 7:00PM EST

Did You Know that Homeowners can qualify for Medicaid?

Medicaid Laws will Change on April 1, 2024

Don't spend your life savings on long term care.

In this Webinar, we will discuss the following:

pexels-kindel-media-8550841.jpg

Upcoming law changes that could negatively impact your family

How estate planning can save your assets and inheritance

pexels-pixabay-48148.jpg
pexels-thirdman-5327584.jpg

Trusts, probate, and medicaid liens

Registration Lippman Anchor

Don't spend your life savings on long term care.

Most people don't realize they can qualify for Nursing Home and Long Term Medicaid even if they have substancial assets.

Sign up for our webinar to learn more.  Be informed and empowered to protect your loved ones.  

Facilitators

Leslie Sultan, Esq.

_OSR0318.jpg

Leslie graduated from CUNY Law School in 2008 with a focus in public interest law and has dedicated her law practice to being customer service and client needs focused.

Leslie has been practicing law since 2009 and is the host of the estate planning podcast 'Legacy Purse'. She has a long history of representing family members struggling to inherit property and/or wealth from deceased family members through the Probate Courts. Knowing how time-consuming and expensive the probate process is.

 

Leslie takes great pride in helping her clients learn how to plan and protect their families during their lives so they can avoid the probate court process and save their loved ones that additional grief (and expense).

Jack Lippmann

Jack-1.jpg

Jack Lippmann, President of Elder Care Services, Inc.

Jack was a senior paralegal in charge of the Medicaid department at three prestigious NYC Elder Care Law Firms for 18 years.

 

In 2011 Jack opened Elder Care Services, Inc.,  assisting the elderly and disabled with their Medicaid home-care and nursing home applications and at the same time protect their income, resources and homes.

Register to learn more about how trust and estate planning can avoid court AND help you qualify for Medicaid.

bottom of page