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Guardianships & Special Needs Trusts.




If you have a loved one who is unable to make decisions for themselves, you should consider obtaining a guardianship.

 

What is a Guardianship?

A Guardianship is the process of the court appointing a person to make decisions for another who is over the age of 18 and is unable to make their own choices due to some level of incapacity.

 

How does a Special Needs Trust Help my Loved One?

A Special Needs Trust ensures that your loved one is protected and provided for throughout their life. The Trust holds assets that would otherwise be owned by a Disabled Individual. This allows the disabled individual to be eligible for government benefits. The Trust is then used to supplement your loved one's government benefits.

 

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