Parents of children with Special Needs understand the difficulty of managing their child's care with the financial burden placed on their family for the medical expenses. Often times many families rely on Government funding to get by.
While these families do a great job of caring for their children while they are alive, it is vital that they also plan for the care of their child in case they become incapacitated or die.
Failure to do so risks the child losing government funding and your hard earned assets being unable to provide for the child's comfort.
Which is why we created this Free Guide for you:
Discover how to take charge of your child's future and build a fortress of protection that will last a lifetime. Learn:
The 10 steps you must take to plan for the future care of your child with special needs the right way.
How to set up a Special Needs Trust that protects your child's eligiblity for essential governmental benefits.
When and whether to become the guardian of your adult child with special needs.
How to plan for and secure governent benefits for your child.
How to ensure your kids (& spouse) are prepared for life without you in case something happens to you.
The purpose of a special needs trust is to create a fund to supplement the services and care that are not covered by government assistance programs while maintaining the eligibility of such programs, such as Medi-Cal and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Not only does the needs of a special needs child change over time, so does your finances and the laws governing eligibility and benefits of government assistance programs. A Special Needs Trust must be part of a comprehensive estate plan completed by an attorney experienced in this complex area of the law.
We have helped many families protect their special needs children by ensuring they have the benefits they need now and in the future so you can rest assured you are in great hands.
To learn more, be sure to download our free guide!
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