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Elder Law California announces state budget cuts don’t affect Medi-Cal benefits

Posted: May 25, 2010 2:10 p.m.
Updated: May 26, 2010 2:07 p.m.
LOS ANGELES -- Thousands of California's elderly residents now in long-term care facilities across the state will not be affected by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's plans, unveiled Friday, to plug California's budget deficit by slashing billions of dollars worth of funding for services designed to help the state's poor.

Schwarzenegger's budget proposals would see spending cuts of 12.4 billion dollars including the elimination of California's welfare-to-work program and virtually all child care for low-income families.

Attorney Judd Matsunaga of Elder Law Services of California states that there is still a "window of opportunity" for California residents with long-term care needs qualify for Medi-Cal benefits while preserving their assets and protecting the family home.

Elder Law Services of California has an extensive background in Medi-Cal Planning, Estate Planning and Real Estate Law. The firm routinely assists those in need of creating or updating their wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning legal documents. The firm actively keeps its website up-to-date with the latest information and free resources pertaining to Medi-Cal Qualification and Medi-Cal Planning.


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