Because Their Special Needs
Continue Even After You’re Gone
You can’t have a child or a loved one with special needs or a disability without finding yourself thinking about the future. You probably began thinking about it the day you found out he or she had a disability.
But, chances are, that future vision always had you in it, providing the care and making the decisions.
What if something suddenly happened to you? What would happen to your child? Who would become his or her guardian? How can you ensure that everything you’ve worked to save for your child’s care will be available without jeopardizing any other benefits that he or she is receiving?
Special Needs Trusts: a Solution Specifically for You
If your first thought is a living will, you’re on the right track. But the assets you leave in a will can disqualify your child from the benefits and services that he or she may already be receiving or may need in the future after you are gone.
Contact Seeger & Forbes to learn more about the unique and extremely invaluable legal process of special needs planning. Seeger & Forbes can assist you in developing a sound plan that will give you peace of mind now, and your special needs child or loved one the fail-safe security net that will be needed when he or she no longer has you.
Greater Georgia’s Choice for Special Needs Planning
To develop a special needs plan that will perform within the government’s strict, no-mercy guidelines, you’ll need a lawyer knowledgeable in the field.
Attorney Jay Seeger supports you with years of experience in this unique practice area, sharing his knowledge with his clients in Georgia, West Georgia and throughout North-Central Indiana in:
- Special-needs trusts
- Estate planning
- Powers of attorney
- Wills and Trusts
- Medicaid benefits planning
- Medicaid applications
- and more