special needs

A special needs trust can be set up for a child or adult who is disabled, physically or mentally. A special needs trust can ensure that your spouse, son, daughter or sibling receives the care and attention they need and deserve. At Miller Law, we have years of experience handling special needs trusts. We are committed to providing clients and their family members with information, education and guidance regarding options and how to best meet the future life requirements of a loved one with special needs.

A Special Needs Trust holds title to property for the benefit of a child or adult who has a disability. The Special Needs Trust can be used to provide for the needs of a person with a disability and to supplement benefits received from various governmental assistance programs.
When setting up a special needs trust, it is important to create checks and balances to ensure a trust is administered appropriately. Determining whom to select as a trustee, how to plan for the transfer of trusteeship, and what can be done to ensure fiduciary responsibility is maintained, require knowledge of the law, the tax code, and corporate trustees.

Taking Time to Understand Your Concerns and Goals

Special Needs Trusts for dependent family members’ takes time and patience. At Miller Law, we will take the time to listen to you before we help you determine the type of Special Needs Trust most applicable to your situation, including:

  • Supplemental Needs Trusts
  • Third Party Funded Special Needs Trusts
  • Self-Settled Supplemental Needs Trusts

Contact a Special Needs Trust Attorney

We understand our clients' need compassionate representation in special needs matters. To further discuss how we can help you establish the special needs trust you and your loved ones require, Contact Miller Law at 805.218.0113 or email us.

 

 

   
   
   
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