Anthony F. Copani, of Mannion Copani, has protected hundreds of families and their fortunes, small and large, over the past thirty years. Tony, with his calm, clear, authoritative voice brings all this wisdom to bear for you and yours... to protect your family fortune.
Your first step is to talk to Tony. Tony's 30+ years' direct experience in building and winning Medicaid cases gives you assurance immediately that you're in the right hands.
At your FREE CONSULTATION, you'll go over how the Team at Mannion Copani helps you save your money, protect your assets, how Medicaid works, and what comes next.
You can count on peace of mind knowing you've got THE legal team who understands how the Medicaid system works, and are in your corner.
It's never too late to get started. Begin saving your money and protecting your assets today.
Mannion Copani begins to build your case for protecting your assets by first getting to work on collecting and verifying all necessary documentation.
The paperwork alone for the Medicaid process can be overwhelming for you and your family. Tony and his Team navigate these waters for you, handling everything, each and every step of the way.
If you're in search of sound legal advice to navigate the details of Medicaid Law, the team at Mannion Copani is here to assist you. In the past 30 years of practice, Tony Copani and the team have helped countless families in the Syracuse, NY area protect their assets before, during and after elderly loved ones enter long-term care facilities. Tony's experience and wisdom can navigate you through the Medicaid planning process even if your loved is already in a nursing home. Having a plan in place is essential, and we're here to help you preserve your hard-earned savings and property by offering you trustworthy guidance on protecting all of your assets.
If you're 62 or older, it's time to start planning. The Medicaid system is complicated. It's imperative to plan ahead. Pre-Medicaid planning is done before a parent or loved one enters a long-term care facility. The federal government requires a three to five year period before a trust is rendered active. If you don't plan ahead, your assets are exposed should you or your spouse have to enter a nursing home.
It's not always possible to prepare before a parent or loved one enters a nursing home. In these cases, we offer post-Medicaid planning to help alleviate some of the pressure that goes along with making these tough financial decisions. Although not all of the assets can be protected at this time, we work hard to ensure as much of your family's wealth is secured as possible. There's always something that can be done.
Medicaid laws are complex and always changing. Having a dedicated and knowledgeable attorney on your side is vital. Seasoned attorneys, Tony Copani and Terry Mannion, possess a comprehensive knowledge of Medicaid rules and laws, and they fully understand how the system works.
When families, individuals, and couples face dealing with Medicaid, we’re there to provide assistance and representation throughout the Medicaid application process. You may have to go to court and argue your case in a Medicaid fair hearing. Regardless of the size of your family fortune, our team works hard to protect it. Even if your loved one is already in a nursing home or about to enter one, you may still have options to protect your family's assets.
This is a stressful period. At Mannion Copani, we take the time to answer all your questions and address your concerns during your free consultation. You’ll feel better knowing you’ve got wisdom on your side regarding the Medicaid process. Let’s go over all of your options and discuss the next steps so our legal team can take action on your behalf. Ideally, we start a minimum of five years ahead of any anticipated long-term care, with your estate planning. If it’s more convenient, we can even consult with you and your family in your home.
Your family and all you’ve worked for needs to be protected. Let our team put our extensive knowledge of Medicaid Law to work for and your loved ones. For an experienced Medicaid counsel, reach out to our office today and schedule your free consultation.