Special Needs Trust & Estate Planning Guide

Parents of special needs children must take extra precautions when creating an estate plan in order to secure the legal, financial and special care needs of their children – both now and in the future. This is true whether your special needs child is still a minor or an adult, and it is especially true if your child is receiving, or will be receiving, government benefits.

Special Needs Planning focuses on providing for the unique needs of loved ones with disabilities when you are no longer here to organize and advocate on their behalf, and ensures your love, care and support continue after you are gone.

Request a Free Guide to Special Needs Planning

Discover the steps you need to take to plan for the future care of your special needs child. In our Free Guide, we uncover how you can design a Special Needs Trust that will protect your child’s eligibility for government benefits, and feel safe in knowing when and whether to become a guardian for your adult child with special needs.

Simply submit your name and email address, and we’ll promptly email you a link to our Free Guide, which you can view, save, or print.

    What You Will Learn

    Our Free Special Needs Planning Guide explains why preparing for the future of your special needs child is so important, and details exactly what you need to do to ensure your love, care and support continue after you are gone. 

    Get the steps needed to plan for the future care of your child with special needs.

    Consider when and whether to become a guardian for your adult child with special needs.
    Find out how to set up a Special Needs Trust (SNT) that will protect your child’s eligibility for government benefits.
    Learn how to build a fortress of protection around your child that will last a lifetime.

    About Latterell Law

    The first step in estate planning for a special needs child is to choose a special needs planning attorney you can rely on to be your guide. Angel Latterell is a trusted advisor who takes a holistic and humanistic approach to estate planning for parents of special needs children. She not only ensures your loved ones receive the security they need, but also serves your life’s purpose and legacy. The mission of her law practice is to empower clients to live an abundant life and leave a joyful family legacy.

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