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How Is a Trustee Paid for Managing a Special Needs Trust? | Orange County Special Needs Planning Lawyer

As an Orange County special needs planning lawyer, I often help parents set up a supplemental or Special Needs Trust in California to protect their child’s resources and inheritance for the future. When crafting this important document, the attorney will also help their clients choose a trustee who will be charged with overseeing and managing […]

Orange County Trust Lawyer: How to Protect an Inheritance for a Loved One Battling Bipolar Disorder

As an  Orange County trust lawyer, I am often asked by parents if it is possible to protect an inheritance for an adult child who battles Bipolar Disorder.  Unfortunately, one of the hallmarks of the condition is excessive financial spending while in the mania phase of the disease.  Parents often worry that if they leave […]

Orange County Special Needs Lawyer: Special Needs Trusts Protect Government Benefits and MUCH More

Unfortunately, many parents of children with special needs wait until their child turns 18 to consider creating a Special Needs Trust. Sometimes they even wait until their child eventually needs government benefits like SSI or Medi-Cal. However, Special Needs Trusts do a lot more than just to protect the beneficiary’s access to government benefits and […]

When It Comes To A Supplemental Needs Trust, Out of Sight Should Never Be Out of Mind

You’ve been a responsible planner for your family’s future, especially your child with special needs. You’ve met with an Orange County Special Needs attorney, set up a Supplemental or Special Needs Trust and you can breathe a sigh of relief.  Your work is done, right? Wrong. Funding and forgetting about a Trust can be as […]

Enhance Your Child’s Long-Term Quality of Life with the Help of an Orange County Special Needs Planning Attorney

As an Orange County special needs planning attorney, I’ve been privy to the fears and concerns of special needs parents through the years including, “What will happen to my child when I am gone,” and “How will he/she be provided for financially in my absence?” As a mother myself, I understand these are legitimate concerns […]