Connecticut Elder Law Attorney
Asset Protection - Trusts
Allaire Elder Law
Trusts For Asset Protection
Creating a secure plan with the assistance of a trust attorney for your family’s future can bring you the peace of mind that you crave. Knowing your family home and other assets are protected gives you a sense of security in your later years. You and your spouse can still enjoy your property for many years to come without worrying about what will happen in the future. When the time comes, your home can be given to your family without hassle.
Trust Attorney in Connecticut
At Allaire Elder Law, our trust attorneys provide experienced legal counsel for senior citizens interested in creating trusts. We can assist you in facing your concerns about long-term health care, whether it is in a nursing home or in your family home. We are skilled and experienced in the creation of trusts, which can help you to qualify for Medicaid benefits without decreasing your quality of life or standard of living.
Our qualified Trust Attorneys can assist you with any of the following types of trusts:
Pooled Asset Trusts
Special Needs Trusts
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Since there are specific rules to creating special needs trusts in Connecticut, you need the assistance of an attorney that specializes in these delicate issues. If the disabled beneficiary directly receives proceeds from an inheritance or gifts, he or she may lose all eligibility for government benefits. Any proceeds or assets need to be placed directly into a special needs trust in Connecticut to be properly utilized.
To find out more about how tools like wills and trusts can benefit you, contact our elder law attorneys today.
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