Special Needs Trusts

​​If you are the sole caretaker for a child or an adult with special needs, you have the difficult decision of what to do when you are no longer around. Parents, relatives, or appointed caretakers of those with special needs, often consider having a Special Needs Trust. This will help ensure that health and welfare needs are met, in the event there is no longer a parent or caregiver in the person’s life. With the changing climate of health care and other government-provided services, a trust should to be in place for the future security of a person with special needs. We have experienced attorneys who can help guide you through the process of setting up a Special Needs Trust.