Special Needs Planning
Having a child with special needs requires careful planning for the future. Clients come to us concerned about providing for their children now and after their death. Often, clients seek special needs planning in the course of estate planning and also require the services of a care coordinator to answer questions regarding their child’s immediate and future care. The options available depend on each client’s individual circumstances, which may require the assistance of skilled elder care professionals.
Creating Special Needs Trusts For Caring Parents In Denver And Throughout Colorado
We set up special needs trusts to preserve inheritances, personal injury settlements and other assets for use by a disabled individual without disqualifying him or her from eligibility for public benefits, providing a mechanism for those “extras” that can make the difference between subsisting and thriving. In addition, our care coordinators are familiar with special needs services and care facilities throughout Colorado. They help clients find that which will best meet their children’s needs and work with clients to identify ways to pay for the care their children need.
The attorneys and care coordinators at Vincent, Romeo & Rodriguez, LLC, address the needs of our clients by using our signature Holistic Eldercare Legal Planning (HELP) approach. This comprehensive approach allows clients to receive professional guidance in both the personal and legal sides of planning for the future. By having attorneys and care coordinators working together, we can reduce the cost and time needed to coordinate efforts, streamlining services and allowing our professionals to better meet the objectives of our clients.
Innovative, Experienced, Compassionate: Vincent, Romeo & Rodriguez, LLC
Our team of lawyers and care coordinators can explain the benefits you can gain from our firm’s signature Holistic Eldercare Legal Planning approach. Please call us at one of our offices to schedule an initial appointment: 303-500-5859 in Englewood or 303-720-7260 in Boulder County. You can also reach our firm online. All communications are held in complete confidence.