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Exploring the advantages of a special needs trust

On Behalf of | Jul 30, 2019 | trusts

For those with special needs, as well as those who take care of loved ones with special needs, daily life can be difficult for different reasons. There is often a lot of uncertainty, especially when it comes to financial matters. Fortunately, there are steps that can be taken to eliminate some of this uncertainty and work toward a bright future. For example, many people are able to prepare a special needs trust which can help ensure that their loved one will receive the support they need down the road.

There are a number of benefits to keep in mind when it comes to special needs trusts. Obviously, the financial incentives associated with this type of estate plan immediately come to mind. Creating a special needs trust can allow your loved one with special needs to retain their eligibility for crucial government assistance that they are counting on (unlike other types of estate plans, which may disqualify them for these benefits). Aside from passing down assets to someone you love, you can also find peace of mind, which is often immensely valuable for those who care for a family member with special needs.

It is important to explore all of your options when it comes to creating a special needs trust and make sure that you have carefully prepared for the creation process. By making the right decisions and setting up a special needs trust properly, both you and your loved one with special needs may have an easier time working through some of the hurdles that can arise from day to day.