When you can no longer provide care for your special needs dependent due to your own disability or death, the responsibility often will fall upon the dependent’s other family members and the community. This change is often surprising and overwhelming, bringing with it a host of unforeseen expenses. That's why special needs planning is so important in the life of a special needs dependent and all those involved. Let us help you make a detailed plan of where your dependent will live and who will care for him. Also, incorporating special needs provisions in one's estate plan will help the dependent to receive inheritances, gifts, lawsuit settlement or other funds, while retaining his eligibility for certain government programs. Allow us to give you and your family peace-of-mind for the future.

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