Special Needs Planning Services in Grand Rapids and Bay City

Set up a Special Needs Trust to Protect Your Loved One.

If you care for a loved one who has special needs, what will happen to them if you are no longer able to provide for their needs? While it may seem like a frightening question, our Bay City special needs planning attorneys want to assist you in understanding your ability and rights according to the law to continue to care for your loved one even if your circumstances change.

A Special Needs Trust is an excellent way to provide for and care for your loved one because it preserves his or her eligibility to receive government benefits at the same time that he or she receives additional assets or benefits from your estate. In this way, a Special Needs Trust supplements your loved one's government benefits.

Our Bay City special needs planning attorneys can help you to create a trust that allows for your loved one to:

  • Meet his or her special dietary needs
  • Maintain his or her home and/or vehicle
  • Access educational services
  • Be able to attend medical check-ups
  • Be able to go on vacations or other trips
  • Have money for entertainment purposes
  • Have money to purchase goods and services that he or she may desire​

These are just a few of the many ways the funds in your trust can be used. Our attorneys can help you understand and think through even more benefits that you can allow for with your Special Needs Trust put in place.

Have Questions? We Can Answer Them! Call Gower Law PLC Now.

To create a Special Needs Trust to add to your estate plan, our lawyers have the skill and experience necessary to help. We are the compassionate and understanding ear you can count on no matter what. If you live in Grand Rapids, Bay City, or the surrounding communities, we want to be the legal team you can trust. Contact our firm today to discuss your special needs planning goals.

For assistance in developing a Special Needs Trust, call Bay City lawyers at (989) 244-4333.

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