Attorney Christopher Berry, elder law attorney, now with The Elder Care Firm with offices in Brighton, Livonia, Bloomfield Hills, and Novi was quoted in Crain’s Business as it relates to nursing home costs and Medicaid.
The Crain’s Detroit article was entitled:
Nursing home aims to balance Medicaid payments, quality of care
When reporters in Michigan are looking for quotes as it relates to long-term care, Medicaid, Medicare and other issues affecting Michigan retirees, they often turn to long-term care experts like Chris Berry, who is estate planning and elder law attorney looking to help as many Michigan families as possible when it comes to retirement planning, long-term care planning and estate planning.
In the article, attorney Chris Berry is quoted as saying:
Chris Berry, an elder care attorney, in Bloomfield Hills, said he represents families on Medicaid who sometimes have a difficult time placing relatives in high-quality nursing homes.
“When a nursing home is needed, we want our clients to get into the best one possible,” Berry said. “Some nursing homes play a little game. We accept Medicaid, they say, but we don’t have any Medicaid beds available. But if it is private pay or Medicare, they have beds.”
Attorney Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA helps with estate planning and is the creator of The Castle Trust ™ which is a form of asset protection trust that helps protect against the devastating cost of long-term care. In addition to his law practice and financial planning practice, he is also the host of a weekly radio show and podcast, The Chris Berry Show, which airs every Sunday and is available from iTunes and Spotify.
To reach Christopher Berry or his estate planning and elder law firm, call (888) 390-4360. For reporters or media inquiries, please use the same number and a time will be scheduled.