Special Needs Family
Navigating the Complexities of Special Needs to Protect Your Loved Ones
How To Leave Assets For Your Special Needs Child
Estate planning for a family with special needs children comes with a complex set of financial, social, and medical issues that must be considered.
Our firm is dedicated to ensuring your child with special needs will be well taken care of when you are no longer able to serve as their primary caregiver.
We offer a variety of estate planning tools and strategies designed to accommodate the unique circumstances presented by children with special needs and their families.
We can help you pass on the financial assets needed for your child to live a rich quality of life without jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits. We will also assist you in finding and appointing a trusted guardian and/or trustee to look after them in the event of your death or incapacity. And we will help with locating the best residential opportunities and identifying the best means to pay for them.
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Lungu Law Group
5320 E. 2nd St, Suite 6
Long Beach, CA 90803
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