Attorney Justin M. Gilbert Hosts Sacramento Radio Show

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The Law Office of Justin M. Gilbert announced today that Justin’s new radio show, Legacy Planning Radio, premiered July 7 and will now air every Tuesday from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M on, KSAC Money 105.5 in Sacramento.

Attorney Justin M. Gilbert

My philosophy for success is simple: My success is tied to your success. When you have peace of mind and your affairs are in order, I can trust that I have done what is necessary to secure your family’s future.

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Each week, Justin Gilbert will address a wide range of estate planning topics facing the senior population, including elder law, Medi-Cal planning, trust law and asset protection, among others. Gilbert said “I am very excited about this new show. Some weeks, I may focus on one of the many areas of law that I work in, or perhaps, I will address a current topic in the news, and other weeks, we will have special guests, discussing their legal areas of expertise.” Gilbert went on to note that his hour-long radio show will go on indefinitely.

As for Gilbert’s legal services, he noted that he tailors his services to each of his client’s needs and specific situation, understanding that each person’s life is unique. “I have successfully represented hundreds of clients in all matters relating to living trusts, estate planning, probate, business formation and planning, and asset protection,” Gilbert said. “My philosophy for success is simple: My success is tied to your success. When you have peace of mind and your affairs are in order, I can trust that I have done what is necessary to secure your family’s future.”

Over the past several years Mr. Gilbert has dedicated a substantial amount of time educating his clients, and the public, regarding how to plan for the devastating cost of nursing home care. One of the greatest fears of older Americans is that they may end up in a nursing home. This not only means a great loss of personal autonomy, but also a tremendous financial price. Here in California the average cost of a private room in a nursing home ranges from 84,000 to 120,000 dollars per year.

If someone finds their health is beginning to decline, or if one has a family member who may need assisted living, the staggering costs of nursing home care can be a real concern. After a lifetime spent working hard to accumulate a nest egg, a few short months in a nursing home can leave patients completely drained of financial resources.

A lot of clients have come to Law Office of Justin M. Gilbert asking, what can be done about this situation? Medi-Cal may be one solution but they need a thorough plan in order to qualify for Medi-Cal and protect assets. Many nursing home residents pay for care out of their own personal funds until those funds run dry, and only then qualify for Medi-Cal. However, there is a better way to get the care they need. Leaving some type of financial legacy to loved ones is far better than seeing the entirety of an estate end up going to pay for nursing home bills. For anyone worried about paying for nursing home care out of personal assets, or if they have a loved one who may require nursing home care, they need to get a Medi-Cal plan in place as soon as possible.

About Justin M. Gilbert
Attorney Justin M. Gilbert, of the Law Offices of Justin M. Gilbert, focuses on estate planning, elder law and probate. He is a Board member of Senior’s First, proud member of the Sacramento County Bar Association Pro Bono Committee and in 2014 made the Super Lawyers, Rising Stars list. For more information, please call (916) 786-2070. His Roseville Law Office is located at 114 N Sunrise Ave, Suite B2, Roseville, California 95661. The Folsom Law Office is at 101 Parkshore Drive, Suite 100, Folsom, California 95630

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