If you are caring for a child or an adult child with special needs, remember that a little advance planning can go a long way.
Depending on your unique situation, you may need a guardianship, a “special needs trust,” or both. A special needs trust is a specialized type of trust that provides funds for the care of the person with a disability without affecting eligibility for public benefits. We also call special needs trusts “supplemental needs trusts.”
How do you know if you need a guardianship or special needs trust? Contact the attorneys at Shutt Law Firm.