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It is essential to have a well-versed estate planning attorney when you have a child with special needs. Attorneys at Citadel Law Corporation can ensure that a special needs child receives the assets and funds from your estate, while remaining eligible for federal benefits that he or she is entitled to.
The lawyers at Citadel Law Corporation can guarantee that your child remains eligible for Medicaid, Supplemental Social Security Income, and other government benefits by including specific provisions within a trust itself.
You can ensure that your loved one is cared for, while ensuring that he or she continues to be eligible for federal benefits like Medicaid benefits as well as benefits under the Supplemental Security Income program. Avoid leaving a disabled loved one a hefty cash gist as an inheritance. That would disqualify the person from receiving any of these federal benefits.
This is called a Special Needs Trust. In a Special Needs Trust, the trustee is in charge of managing the assets, instead of the beneficiary or child who has special needs. Under this type of trust, owning assets such as houses, cars, or other personal items will not render your loved one ineligible for specific federal benefits.
In order to set up a Special Needs Trust with an attorney, call our main line at (800) 662-0882 and speak with a certified legal expert at Citadel Law Corporation today.
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