If you are the parent, guardian, or sibling of a disabled person—or are disabled yourself—planning ahead is especially important. A special needs trust (SNT) allows you to set aside money for the care of a disabled individual (or your own care if you are disabled), without rendering the disabled person ineligible for any public assistance to which he or she may be entitled.
Simply knowing that you have made arrangements to ensure your disabled child or dependant is well cared for after you are gone can ease your mind. If you yourself become disabled, we can often help you extend your own resources by using an appropriate trust.
We can help you establish the right trust to protect your loved one or yourself.