For most families, government benefits will play a key role in paying for the long-term care of their child with special needs after they’re gone. Without careful and appropriate estate planning, you could unintentionally disqualify your child from those benefits. A properly funded Special Needs Trust is the only way to provide for the long-term quality of life you want for your child while also maintaining their eligibility for government benefits.
It is essential to work with the right team of experts to create your plan:
- A qualified Special Needs Estate Planning Attorney
- A qualified Special Needs Financial Adviser.
Tools to Help with the Healthcare of your IDS
Planning for the Future
If you are looking for information about ABLE accounts, the ABLE National Resource Center can help. Click the button below to visit their website.
Social Security Starter Kit
Guardianship / Conservatorship
Permanent whole & universal
Special Needs Trust
How to Pay for it