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Fishers Special Needs Planning Lawyers

Providing for the Most Vulnerable Loved Ones

Diligent estate planning is never more important than in situations requiring provisions for the care of a special needs child or family member. At Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP, our special needs planning attorneys in Fishers help families make important decisions for the future care of a loved one with a disability or disease.

Give us a call at (317) 434-1490 to start planning for your child’s future. Our team offers free consultations to help you get started.

Planning for Your Special Needs Child’s Future

All parents worry about what will happen to their children when they are gone. However, when the child has special needs, making the right decisions are essential to ensure a secure future. Often, a disability can prevent a child from becoming independent and earning a living as an adult. Our attorneys know how to assist you with financial planning and estate planning strategies that will give you peace of mind.

Special needs planning allows you to make decisions regarding:

  • Who will care for your child
  • How the child will live
  • What is needed for quality care for the child’s life
  • Money to provide care

Our special needs planning lawyers in Fishers help you consider important issues so you can secure your child’s future. A special needs trust is an essential part of estate planning for people with a child or loved one with a physical disability, mental disability, or chronic illness.

Protecting Your Loved One’s Inheritance

The cost of supporting a special needs child can be substantial, so it is important to provide for your child in a way that won’t interfere with any government programs or benefits the child may be receiving. When you place money into a special needs trust, the inheritance will not interfere with the child’s ability to receive Medicaid, collect Supplemental Security Income, and other benefits.

The money in the trust can be used to improve the quality of life such as vacations, entertainment, and anything else your child will need. With our help, you can set up a trust that will ensure a secure future for your child or loved one.

Contact our estate and probate law firm at (317) 434-1490 or online for a free consultation to discuss special needs planning.

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