People with disabilities are often eligible for a number of public benefits. While programs such as Medicaid, Social Security Disability Insurance, and Supplemental Security Income provide an important safety net for disabled individuals without other sources of support, they often only cover the bare minimum. As the parent of a child with Down syndrome, autism, or a physical disability, you want your child to do more than get by—you want her to be able to thrive. With a special needs trust, you may be able to make that happen.
Read Our Free Consumer Guide to Learn More
Attorney Mark R. Connell works with parents to plan for the future of their children with special needs, and he shares what he has learned about this important legal service in this booklet, available to you at no cost or obligation. In it, you will learn about:
- Special Needs trusts
- Pooled trusts
- Qualified disability trusts
- Discretionary trusts
- Self-settled trusts
- ABLE accounts
Depending on your situation, your special needs dependent may or may not qualify for all of these options. Sitting down with our experienced estate planning and elder law attorney is a great way to learn about your options and make a plan to protect your loved one when you are no longer able to care for her. When you set aside money in a trust that can be used to enrich her life after you are gone, you will get the peace of mind you need to enjoy your time with her rather than worrying about the future.
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It’s never too early or too late to start planning for a special needs child. If you want to learn more about your options, request our free consumer guide. We will send it out as soon as possible. Fill out the request form on this page today. If you have questions that need an immediate answer, please do not hesitate to call us at (203) 488-5586. We are ready to help!