What Does A Special Needs Trust Do?

If you have a loved one with physical or mental disabilities, his or her future is probably one of your biggest concerns when creating an estate plan. Will they have the resources to get proper care after you are gone? Will they be able to live a comfortable lifestyle? Luckily, you can alleviate these concerns through a special needs trust. We can help with keeping government benefits and keeping your assets.

A special needs trust is intended to provide your loved one with the assets you wish to pass along, while allowing them to remain eligible for government benefits. In addition, assets in a trust are not subject to probate or estate taxes, further protecting the value your loved one will receive.

Our attorneys at Elder Law of Georgia, P.C., can help you create a comprehensive plan that considers the entirety of your loved one's future. We are also skilled at special needs trust administration.

We Build Plans Customized To Our Clients

We are here to give you peace of mind about your future and the future of your loved ones as well. We create comprehensive estate plans that consider every aspect of your life and every concern you may have. When it comes to special needs trusts, we will customize a plan for you based on your situation.

We studied law so you do not have to. We are well-versed in how wills, trusts and other estate planning documents are handled. You can be assured that, when you meet with us, you are getting honest advice from lawyers who genuinely care about you.

Secure Your Loved One's Future

It is time to stop worrying about your loved one's future. We can work together to protect them and give them a secure future.

Call us at 470-201-5354 or send us an email to schedule a consultation. Our office is in Gainesville and we serve Hall County and the surrounding areas.