Caring And Compassionate Guidance In Creating A Trust

People with developmental disabilities, young and old, may not be able to derive a dignified lifestyle from the benefits of a simple will or basic estate planning instrument. But an experienced attorney who dispenses knowledgeable advice and guidance for proactive planning can ensure maximum protection for your vulnerable loved ones.

The Montgomery and Howard counties estate planning and asset protection lawyer who can wisely advise you on a variety of trusts — including those of special needs and supplemental needs for minors, the disabled receiving Social Security benefits, the addicted and incapacitated — is special needs trusts lawyer Suzanne B. Simpson, founder of our Simpson Law, PA law firm.

Since 1991, Ellicott City supplemental needs trusts attorney Suzanne B. Simpson has made a positive difference in the lives of many individuals, couples and families whose top priority is quality care for those they love most. Our skilled lawyer can craft a special needs trust that is tailored to your unique needs and smoothly administer it when the time comes.

For instance, a trust can be created that allows other people to make contributions. A trustee can be selected who oversees a special needs person's care and adheres to all guidelines. A trust can also be funded in ways that protect a child or senior loved one from fraud.

Simpson Law, PA, serves estate, probate and business succession planning clients in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. Contact us to arrange your initial consultation.

Comprehensive, Compassionate, Convenient Representation From Suzanne B. Simpson

Parents have a right to be concerned about what will happen when they are no longer able to care for a child or elder with special needs. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid can meet basic needs, but only if he or she is eligible. The lack of proper planning can actually disqualify him or her from being able to receive public money. Suzanne B. Simpson assists with special needs trusts that offer necessary support while preserving access to public benefits.

If you are wondering where your child or elderly relative will live and make ends meet, and who would assume responsibility for his or her care and attention, Suzanne B. Simpson and Simpson Law, PA, can direct you to solutions that bring peace of mind.

Contact our Rockville special needs trust attorney by calling 301-658-7951 or sending an email to our Spencerville law office. An evening appointment is available upon request.