Texas Medicaid Eligibility for 2010

This post was written for Medicaid eligibility in 2010. For current Medicaid Eligibility information, visit: http://texastitle19.com/texas-nursing-home-medicaid-eligibility/

Certain numbers used to determine eligibility for Texas Medicaid benefits are subject to change every January 1st. This year there were not many changes. Unfortunately the minimum and maximum Community Spousal Protected Resource Amounts remained the same. The current figures are listed below.

Income Limit for an Individual: $2,022/month

Income Limit for a Couple: $4,044/month

Resource Limit for an Individual: $2,000

Resource Limit for a Couple: $3,000

Home equity is limited to $500,000

Minimum Community Spousal Protected Amount: $21,912

Maximum Community Spousal Protected Resource Amount: $109,560

How Does this Impact Your Family?

If your loved one’s income or assets exceed the values listed above do not give up. A Houston Medicaid Attorney can help you establish Medicaid eligibility through proven techniques while protecting everything your family is entitled to protect. Remember, only you can protect your rights and property. The nursing home and the DADS are not responsible for helping you with asset protection. Call (832) 592-7913 to get started today.

TexasTitle19.com is your connection to an experienced Houston Medicaid Attorney who can help you find the right nursing home, get the best care, and pay for it all without going broke. We are currently focused on Harris and Montgomery Counties, including the areas of Houston, Conroe, The Woodlands, Spring, Tomball, Humble, and Katy. We also provide consulting services throughout all of Texas.

Richard Shea

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