How Not to Go Broke in a Nursing Home
November 2, 2017
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Stano Law Firm
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Did you know that you MAY BE ELIGIBLE and able to protect your assets under a Federal law and receive Medicaid benefits for long-term care health needs, sometimes without having to “spend down” your personal assets to qualify!
At This Meeting, Here is Some of What You Will Discover:
All Attendees will also receive:
Paul Stano is a second-generation advocate for Ohio seniors. It was only natural that Paul has an affinity for our state’s elderly. Paul’s the son of Jerome P. Stano, an Ohio state senator, who was Chairman of the Nursing Home Commission. Senator Stano was a co-sponsor of the Homestead Exemption Act.
For more than two decades, Paul Stano has helped folks make sure they’re able to keep as much of their hard earned money as possible. He’s fought tirelessly to help people create Estate and Life Care Plans, so that their homes, bank accounts, and other assets aren’t lost because of paying for nursing home care. This care can run as much as $10,000.00 a month here in Ohio. Unfortunately, many good people have gone broke because they weren’t ready to handle these bills. Paul is a tireless worker on his clients’ behalf to prevent this from happening. He monitors new developments in Medicaid, VA benefits, and other means to help folks pay for long-term care. He also researches and develops asset protection strategies his clients use to build wealth.
Joe Hamel is the President and Founder of Hamel Advisory Services, LLC. As an investment advisor representative of Portfolio Medics, Joe is held to a high professional standard as he acts as a fiduciary when working with his client’s investments. Joe does things differently than many financial advisors; he does not sell securities for commissions and he ensures that his clients are informed of the fees they are being charged. Being a fiduciary means that Joe must act in your best interest at all times and also disclose and/or eliminate all potential conflicts of interest.