Autumn House can help you plan for your special needs child now and after you are gone. If you have a special needs child, leaving assets to that child could disqualify that child from certain benefits to which he or she would otherwise be entitled. We can set up a special/supplemental needs trust during your child’s lifetime or upon your death. Either way, we can ensure that monies you leave to your child will not disqualify your child from additional benefits.
Additionally, if your child is disabled and unable to handle his or her affairs, it is likely that child will need a guardian upon reaching eighteen (18). Our attorneys can represent the parents or another individual to ensure there is a person legally capable of meeting that child’s needs.