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Know Your Options: Special Needs Trusts, Planning and Guardianships

This information session is set for Feb. 27 at Lower Southampton Library

“Know Your Options: Special Needs Trusts, Planning and Guardianships,” hosted by the Law Office of Richard L. Newman, Esq., is set for Thursday, Feb. 27, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Lower Southampton Library, 1983 Bridgetown Pike, Feasterville-Trevose.

If you have a family member or loved one with special needs, planning is essential. What works at one stage in that individual’s life may not be the appropriate lifetime plan. This is why it is essential to know all of your options when planning for the future of your loved one with special needs.

You should attend if you: have a loved one with special needs; are worried about your loved one’s future financial security; need to plan for the future of your loved one with a Special Needs Trust; are thinking of disinheriting your loved one so he or she doesn’t lose any benefits; need a trust for your loved one with special needs to ensure that he or she continues to receive benefits after your death; are not familiar with ABLE; or are not familiar with the various benefits your loved one might need such as Medicare, SSDI, Medicaid and SSI.

Reserve a seat for this free program. Space is limited. Call 267-288-5765 or email karen@newmanelderlaw.com.

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