Master the Legal Financial Planning Issues Important to People with Special Needs

Legal financial planning issues are complex enough on their own. When you have a person with special needs in your family, you need expert advice in these areas.

If your child receives an inheritance, even a small one, it could disqualify her from much-needs government benefits programs, unless you have used proper planning tools, which can include a special needs trust.

Find the resources so you can start protecting your child's future.




While Living on Social Security, add $100 - $200.00 a week to your income. Find employment, lower your bills, get the best prices, obtain financial assistance.




Bridget O'Brien Swartz
(Arizona special needs planning lawyer)



Elizabeth McCoy
(California special needs planning lawyer)



Martha Brown
(Missouri special needs planning lawyer)



Koldin Law Center
(New York special needs planning lawyers)



Ellen Victor
(New York special needs planning lawyer)



Cole, Schotz
(NY & NJ special needs planning lawyers)



MetLife Center for Special Needs Planning



Special Needs Alliance







THIS MATERIAL IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. IT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE AND DOES NOT ESTABLISH AN ATTORNEY/CLIENT RELATIONSHIP. THIS MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED A SUBSTITUTE FOR AN ATTORNEY. YOU ARE URGED TO SEEK PROFESSIONAL ADVICE WHENEVER APPROPRIATE.


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