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When you’re the parent or guardian of someone with special needs–child or adult–you worry about how your loved one will afford all the care and services that they require after you are gone.

A special needs trust (also called a supplemental needs trust) can be an excellent way to ensure that your loved one stays within the income limitations to qualify for government assistance like Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid but still maintains sufficient funds to help cover other important expenses.

You can set up a special needs trust with money from life insurance, savings, investments, inheritances and gifts from others. The disabled person will be the beneficiary of the trust, but he or she will not have any control over how it is spent. A trustee (either you or someone you appoint to take over when you die or become incapacitated) determines how to use the funds to benefit your loved one, subject to the law’s limitations.

The attorneys at Mile High Estate Planning can help you determine which type of special needs trust will work best given your family’s particular circumstances. We can explain the workings of special needs trusts and provide you with the necessary assistance to help you safeguard your disabled loved one’s financial future. Contact us today!

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1610 Wynkoop Street, Suite 550, Denver, CO 80202