Provide financial protection for your loved ones.
If you are the parent of a special needs child, settingup a Special Needs Trust is an integral part of their care. Many individuals with physical or mental challenges qualify for public assistance that may be critical in helping to cover their medical and related care expenses, but that income they are receiving could be at risk if you also want to set aside money and property for that person’s benefit.
Burris Law principal attorney, Ariana Burris, can help you create a Special Needs Trust so that you can structure your child’s distribution in a way that protects their benefits from being impacted. We help our clients to prepare a standalone trust or a supplemental trust.
WHAT CAN A SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST PROTECT?
A Special Needs Trust created by Ariana Burris is a solution to protect the future of a loved one with special needs and ensure that:
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- Any money left behind will be set up in a way that preserves your child’s eligibility for government benefits
- In the event of your death, your special needs child will have a smooth financial transition and they will have a trusted family attorney to turn to.
- Your child will always be in the care of the person/people you want.
- Your child will remain taken care of for the rest of their life.
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Arriana is awesome! Very honest and uses language you can understand! Everyone in the office is super!
We’re here to help you create a personalized trust you can feel confident in.
You certainly do not want to inadvertently disqualify your special needs child or grandchild from continuing to receive their government benefits. Fortunately, it is possible to structure what they receive from you so that their benefits are not impacted. We help our clients to prepare a standalone trust or a supplemental trust. You may also hear the term a “special trust” but our experience has taught us that you do not want to trigger any unneeded inquiries from either the Social Security Administration, MediCal/MediCare or other income-based programs.
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We want to avoid the financial and emotional grind of litigation and encourage early alternative dispute resolution or mediation. But when litigation cannot be avoided, rest assured that our experienced litigators will leverage the adversarial process to our clients’ best advantage.