Handling Special Needs And Disabilities In Your Estate Plan

Preparing for the future involves considering all aspects of your family's life. This can include any loved ones who have special needs like physical disabilities, developmental limitations and other issues that may need to be accounted for in your overall estate plan. An elder law and estate planning lawyer from our firm can help you understand your options and create an estate plan that will provide for your loved ones and protect your interests.

At the Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs & Disability Planning, PLLC, we represent clients throughout the Brighton, Michigan, area in all types of estate planning matters, including special needs and disability planning.

With more than 40 years of combined legal experience, we can give you the peace of mind you need and find the estate planning solutions that will work for you. Contact us today for experienced counsel.

Trusts As A Means For Helping Your Loved Ones

One of the most valuable estate planning tools to help you provide for someone with a disability or other special needs is a special-needs trust. Through a special-needs trust, you can leave assets for someone you love in a way that does not jeopardize that person's access to important government benefits.

Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to help you. Through special-needs trusts and other estate planning instruments, we can ease your burdens and give you the peace of mind you need while making sure we get you the best results possible in your estate plan.

Call us today at 810-626-3277 (800-724-5989 toll free) or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced lawyer from our firm. We look forward to hearing from you.