Preparing for Your Child’s Future
When it comes to special needs estate planning, it’s never too early to get started. The sooner you create a plan, the better prepared you and your loved one will be. At the Cuddy Law Firm, we help families with loved ones with disabilities in the area of special needs estate planning and special needs trusts.
As a parent, caregiver or guardian of a loved one with special needs, you’re most likely worried about providing a future for your loved one. Who will take care of my child? Who will make decisions regarding their education, vocational skills and health needs?
You may also be worried about whether there will be enough money to provide for your loved one’s long-term needs. A special needs attorney can help create a plan to put your mind at ease.
It’s important to consult a special needs attorney who is very knowledgeable in the areas of special needs estate planning.
Estate planning for those with loved ones with special needs presents unique challenges. At the Cuddy Law Firm, our goal is to assist you by creating a solid future and secure plan for your loved one. We’ll help you develop an estate plan that protects your loved one’s access to government benefits and medical programs. We’ll also work with you to develop a life plan so that primary caregivers will have peace of mind and your loved one with disabilities will be properly cared for when you’re no longer able to do so.
Let our special needs attorneys provide you with estate planning strategies that take into consideration your financial, legal, social, medical and family issues. Contact our office today to get started.