You care deeply about your disabled family member, and you want to provide for your loved one so that your family member can live in an environment that is safe and comfortable. But what will happen when you are gone? Will there be enough money to pay for residency in an assisted living facility or nursing home? What if incapacity suddenly arrives? Will you be able to provide for the needs of your loved one while preserving assets?
At the law firm of Sheridan & Dulas, P.A., we help people plan for and deal with incapacity. Whether you are a parent of a disabled child or you need to provide care for an elderly family member, we have solutions.
Estate Planning For Disabled Children
Sheridan & Dulas, P.A., has helped many parents provide for the needs of disabled children. We can establish a supplemental needs trust, spendthrift trust, or other vehicles that can provide funds for the care of your child while enabling him or her to still qualify for Medicaid and other government benefits.
Providing For Incapacitated Adults
The onset of mental or physical incapacity can happen gradually, giving you time to make plans for the care of an elderly family member. Or it can happen suddenly, bringing about a crisis that must be dealt with immediately. In either case, Sheridan & Dulas, P.A., can help.
We can help you plan for the mental or physical incapacity of a loved one, enabling you to obtain assisted living or nursing home care for your family member. We can protect the assets of the incapacitated individual through Medicaid planning, the creation of a conservatorship, trust, or power of attorney for business and financial affairs. Our firm can help you get the daily care and long-term protection your loved one needs.
As with other legal matters, advance estate planning can be very beneficial when it comes to caring for an elderly family member. But if a crisis suddenly arises, we will be there in your time of need.
St. Paul Wills And Trusts Attorneys Serving The Twin Cities
Contact Sheridan & Dulas, P.A., to schedule a free consultation about estate planning for disabled people. In a free consultation, one of our attorneys can review your situation and discuss possible solutions with you. We serve clients throughout the state of Minnesota.