Creating A Special-Needs Trust For A Disabled Family Member

Special-needs trusts are critical to an estate plan that involves leaving money to a disabled child or family member. At the law offices of Burandt, Adamski, Feichthaler & Sanchez, PLLC, in Cape Coral, we excel at creating these trusts and making them qualify for the strict government standards that are required by law.

We are skilled at creating special-needs trusts that can protect your loved ones' rights. We have been providing legal services to families in Florida for more than 40 years. We regularly consult with financial planners, tax experts and other professionals to create customized estate plans that meet our clients' unique needs.

Special-Needs Trust Guidance From A Trust Fund Attorney

Do not risk your loved one's inheritance. As special-needs trust lawyers, we can ensure that your disabled child or relative is not disqualified from Medicaid, Medicare or Supplemental Security Income.

Special-needs trusts require that the beneficiary have certain financial needs and be physically or mentally impaired. We will work with you to establish the trust that is right for your family. You can rely on us to help you find the proper trustee and other estate planning options that will benefit you and your family.

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No matter what your estate planning needs consist of, we will work with you to develop a solid plan. We have worked with both young families and older couples to establish plans that fit their unique circumstances. If you need guardianships, wills, trusts or powers of attorney, we will help.

We are also skilled at asset protection methods. We will sit down and explain every path that is available to you with your estate plan.

Contact A Florida Estate Planning And Trust Fund Lawyer

We have served the estate planning needs of Florida residents for more than four decades. Call, fax or email us today to set up your initial consultation, so we can discuss your pressing legal issue. We return after-hours communications promptly. Initial consults are free to estate planning and administration clients and Spanish interpreters are available.