The Trustee is the person who will manage the Trust and make the decisions about how to invest or spend the money in it, so it’s important to choose someone you trust. You or your spouse can be the Trustee, or you can designate a professional corporate trustee.

Your child may qualify for government benefits for people with special needs, including Medicaid and SSI. These programs may not always provide the level of benefit or quality of care that you would want your child to have, but if you provide the funds to supplement your child’s care, that additional income could disqualify him…

A Special Needs Trust can be set up by a parent, grandparent or legal guardian. Sibling and other relatives or friends can also create an SNT under certain circumstances.  A judge can also order a Special Needs Trust be created for a disabled individual.

A Special Needs Trust (also called a Supplemental Needs Trust) is a way to provide financial security for your child with special needs and help ensure a better quality of life.  A Special Needs Trust enables a person with a physical or mental disability to have an unlimited amount of assets, as long as they…

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