Even if your loved one does not currently receive government assistance, he or she may need it in the future. A special needs trust is a way to protect your loved one’s current resources and future benefits. We customize every special needs trust to best meet your family's needs.
If you have minor children and don’t have a legal plan in place when you pass away, a court will decide who will care for them. It's also important to legally document how you want your assets distributed. Everyone - no matter your financial situation, marital status or stage in life - needs a will.
With guardianship/conservatorship of your child, you have the legal authority to make decisions about your child’s healthcare, housing, food, clothing, and other subjects that affect your child such as decisions about their income, property, public benefits and other financial matters.
An alternative to Guardianship is Powers of Attorney. This option allows individuals to retain their rights while allowing others to help them in making decisions. It's important to have more than one Powers of Attorney to best help the individual.
If you've applied for Katie Beckett and been denied, we can help you navigate the appeals process. Our attorneys have helped hundreds of families successfully appeal denials and have personally been through the appeals process. We'll walk you through every step.
If you've been denied the NOW/COMP waiver, we can help you navigate through the appeals process. Our attorneys have extensive experience helping families successfully appeal these denials and get individuals the government benefits they need.
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