If you have a loved one who needs constant care and financial support, it is possible for your estate to support them with a special needs trust. These living trusts are either revocable or irrevocable, and are meant to provide support to a beneficiary who is disabled without disqualifying them from receiving government benefits.
A skilled Dayton estate planning attorney can assist you in setting up a special needs trust to ensure your elderly or disabled loved ones are cared for in the future. At Rieser & Marx, LLC, our legal team has the experience you want on your side when creating a plan for the future. Attorney John Paul Rieser has been involved in over 25,000 asset protection cases and his detailed knowledge of the laws and codes governing estate planning give him the ability to provide you with reputable counsel for your biggest decisions.
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Special needs trusts can be used to enrich the lives of disabled beneficiaries by ensuring that their basic needs will still be met by their government support, but they can also afford luxuries they wouldn’t normally be able to afford on their regular income.
A special needs trust is an excellent idea for parents who want to ensure the needs of their children will be met when they are gone. This can give parents peace of mind, knowing their family will be taken care of well into the future.
Contact Rieser & Marx, LLC online and request a consultation from our skilled team for more information on your special needs trust options.