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Northern Alabama: Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Marion, Lawrence, Winston, Limestone, Morgan, Madison, Marshall, Jackson, & Dekalb Counties.

Central Alabama: Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Anniston, Auburn, Cullman, Gadsden, Jasper, Sylacauga, & surrounding areas.

Southern Alabama: Montgomery, Selma, Ozark, Dothan, & surrounding areas.

Mobile Area: Mobile, Baldwin, & Escambia Counties.

Council Members serve many areas in Alabama. Click on the area links above, the maps to the right, or scroll down to find help in your area.

Estate, Tax, Trust, & Medicaid Planning about Estate & Trust Planning
Northern Alabama:  
   
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Doug Marshall, CPA

In Alabama, an elderly person entering a skilled nursing facility does not need to "spend-down" all assets in order to qualify for Medicaid benefits. Instead, the "spend-down monies can be placed into a pooled special needs trust, such as Alabama Family Trust, and the elderly person can begin receiving Medicaid benefits if otherwise eligible. This can be a tremendous asset to the spouse that remains at home or to children that are trying to provide for the additional things needed by a parent in a nursing home because the trust funds can be used to purchase things such as diapers, pajamas and clothing, a private room, caregivers if needed in the nursing home, and many other things that the elderly person may need while Medicaid begins paying for the monthly room and board at the facility. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Doug Marshall for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust
 
Central Alabama:  
   
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Doug Marshall, CPA

In Alabama, an elderly person entering a skilled nursing facility does not need to "spend-down" all assets in order to qualify for Medicaid benefits. Instead, the "spend-down monies can be placed into a pooled special needs trust, such as Alabama Family Trust, and the elderly person can begin receiving Medicaid benefits if otherwise eligible. This can be a tremendous asset to the spouse that remains at home or to children that are trying to provide for the additional things needed by a parent in a nursing home because the trust funds can be used to purchase things such as diapers, pajamas and clothing, a private room, caregivers if needed in the nursing home, and many other things that the elderly person may need while Medicaid begins paying for the monthly room and board at the facility. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Doug Marshall for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust
 
Southern Alabama:  
  Montgomery, Selma, Ozark, Dothan, & surrounding areas.  
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Doug Marshall, CPA

In Alabama, an elderly person entering a skilled nursing facility does not need to "spend-down" all assets in order to qualify for Medicaid benefits. Instead, the "spend-down monies can be placed into a pooled special needs trust, such as Alabama Family Trust, and the elderly person can begin receiving Medicaid benefits if otherwise eligible. This can be a tremendous asset to the spouse that remains at home or to children that are trying to provide for the additional things needed by a parent in a nursing home because the trust funds can be used to purchase things such as diapers, pajamas and clothing, a private room, caregivers if needed in the nursing home, and many other things that the elderly person may need while Medicaid begins paying for the monthly room and board at the facility. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Doug Marshall for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust
 
Mobile Area:  
  Mobile, Baldwin, & Escambia Counties.  
 
 

Alabama Family Trust - Doug Marshall, CPA

In Alabama, an elderly person entering a skilled nursing facility does not need to "spend-down" all assets in order to qualify for Medicaid benefits. Instead, the "spend-down monies can be placed into a pooled special needs trust, such as Alabama Family Trust, and the elderly person can begin receiving Medicaid benefits if otherwise eligible. This can be a tremendous asset to the spouse that remains at home or to children that are trying to provide for the additional things needed by a parent in a nursing home because the trust funds can be used to purchase things such as diapers, pajamas and clothing, a private room, caregivers if needed in the nursing home, and many other things that the elderly person may need while Medicaid begins paying for the monthly room and board at the facility. You can reach us toll free at (844) 238-4630

About Alabama Family Trust | Contact Doug Marshall for Help and Information

Alabama Family Trust