Special Needs Planning

Special needs planning is critical to securing the financial future of your loved one with disabilities.  A special needs trust is one way to provide care and financial stability without disqualifying your loved one from additional assistance or government provided benefits such as supplemental social security income and Medicaid.

Guardianship or Supportive Decision Making Agreement? Maybe you are contemplating filing for guardianship over your soon to be adult child. There are less restrictive alternatives, which include Supportive Decision Making Agreements.  Our experienced attorneys will help guide you through guardianship and the alternatives, and what may be best for your family.