Our Special Needs Planning Services
Planning for family members with special needs is more than just setting up a trust. While special needs trusts are important, the real work is in understanding public benefits; housing options; and surrogate decision-making, including guardianships and the alternatives to guardianships.
A “special needs trust” often provides the framework for a plan, but understanding how that document will function, and who will make decisions, and how those decisions will impact the quality of life of the person with special needs, are the real keys to a successful plan.
Why Choose Chalgian & Tripp?
|The lawyers at Chalgian & Tripp who practice in our special needs group are each uniquely connected to the special needs community.|
|All of us understand the emotional and legal challenges of planning to protect loved ones who often cannot protect themselves.|
|We help you balance your loved one’s dignity, safety, quality of care, and convenience.|
|We’re unique in our statewide reach.|