When it comes to estate planning for your loved one with special needs, there is plenty to consider. No matter what happens to you, they’ll likely need some kind of care for the rest of their lives.
But how do you anticipate every unknown? Maybe your head is already swimming with questions, like:
- How will they get the future resources they need?
- Will they be able to continue their government benefits?
- Who will make sure they are taken care of properly?
- What if something unforeseen happens?
- How long will their inheritance last them?
A Team You Can Trust
Leigh Hilton, PLLC has guided more than 6,000 families through their individual estate planning questions. They know you and your family face some tough decisions—and Leigh has devoted her career to making them easier.
The firm is experienced in Medicaid, SSI, SSDI, VA, ABLE accounts and more. And they know how to translate confusing legal language into plain English. You’ll never feel dismissed or disregarded.
That’s because their goal is the same as your goal: For your loved one to have the highest quality of life for the longest period of time. No matter what the future holds.
What You Can Expect
You can expect a thorough, straightforward and efficient experience from Leigh and her team. You’ll walk away with a customized plan that works just for your family.
Your wishes will be spelled out on paper—with no room for misinterpretation or mishandling.
In addition to one-on-one estate planning sessions, Leigh also provides free monthly seminars to make you feel more comfortable with the various features of wills and trusts.
It’s a lot to remember, we know. That’s why you’ll also receive a comprehensive trustee manual to help minimize any potential anxiety. And every three years, we’ll organize a free review meeting to discuss any changes you may have.
Give us a call today and we’ll walk you through what’s next. The sooner you establish your will and trust, the better you’ll feel about your family’s future.