Special Needs Trust Planning
Planning for children or adults with special needs requires careful consideration. Special needs individuals may need a guardian or conservator, may have issues accessing insurance coverage or health care, and may have benefits like SSI or Medicaid they need to remain eligible for. Maintaining eligibility for benefits also affects estate planning choices as family members consider the best ways to transfer property to the special needs individual after their death. We commonly utilize Special Needs Trusts for our clients as a way to protect assets and benefits.
Our attorneys can help you evaluate your options and put together a plan to best care for your loved one with special needs now and in the future.
For more detailed information about planning for special needs individuals and Special Needs Trusts in Georgia please see the following: