New Jersey Special Needs Lawyer Highlights the Importance of Estate Planning for Parents of Disabled Children
Moorestown, N.J. – Estate planning for parents with disabled children is a very delicate and important proposition. During their lifetime, parents are able to provide emotional and financial support to their children. This support greatly enhances needs-based government benefits, which are frequently utilized by the disabled through supplemental security income and Medicaid.
But when parents pass away, these special children lose emotional support that can never be regained and are at crossroads financially as well. Without proper planning, these children could lose financial support and government benefits.
The Begley Law Group, PC will host a free presentation on special needs trusts on Tuesday, February 15 Tuesday, Feb. 15 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the NAMI Mercer Center in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
“We will show you how to plan for the legal and support services so your loved one will have a good future,” said Thomas Begley III, New Jersey special needs planning lawyer at the Begley Law Group. “A properly designed and executed special needs trust will supplement public benefits such as SSI and Medicaid without jeopardizing eligibility.”
Begley Law Group, PC is very experienced in assisting clients with disabilities and helped start the Special Needs Alliance, a national group of accomplished attorneys who specialize in special needs planning and trusts. They are well versed in public benefits law, trust law, and the tax law affecting trusts and public benefits.
“Our goal is to ensure that your family and your disabled child has the best quality of life possible,” said Begley III, who also is the recipient of the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating of AV that is awarded to lawyers operating at the highest level of professional excellence and upholding the highest ethical standards and is recognized as a New Jersey Super Lawyer. “We get to know you and your family to tailor a plan specific to the needs and long-term care your child deserves as well as point out programs and documents that will help your child for life.”
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