Do you have a relative with a disability that prevents him or her from making sound financial and health decisions? Is the disability so profound that he or she needs supervision for the most basic routines of daily living?
An experienced estate planning attorney can proactively propose strategies that make everyone's lives easier, now and in the future. The special needs planning adviser who provides knowledgeable guidance that brings your family peace of mind is John J. Lynch, founder of our Lynch Law LLC, law firm, serving clients in DuPage County and Will County for decades.
Special needs planning is a versatile estate planning tool that, depending on your specific situation, and perhaps when paired with Supplemental Security Income (SSI), promotes improved daily care and intelligent financial choices. As your lawyer, John J. Lynch personalizes his representation for you and any family member whose disability may be both physical and mental. The special needs plan you emerge with will address every unique criteria that applies to the relative's decision-making deficits.
Are you unclear about how to offer financial gifts to a disabled loved one without hampering his or her government benefits? Are you unfamiliar with the roles that a first-party or third-party special needs trust can play in your family member's future? How do you know that your gift would be competently managed? Are you considering setting up a guardianship? We have answers to these and many other questions, whether your special needs relative is a child or a family elder.
John J. Lynch is a skillful Illinois estates lawyer who welcomes the opportunity to help you and your family in any way he can. To arrange an initial consultation, and discuss the needs of the special needs person or persons in your life, call any of our five law office locations: (630) 473-3476. Your email message receives our immediate attention.
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