Columbia Special Needs Trust Lawyers

Providing For Loved Ones With Special Needs

At Walsh & Company, P.A., we help our clients provide for the ongoing care and support of loved ones with special needs. Children and adults with developmental disabilities may not get what they need from a simple will or basic estate planning tools. It takes knowledgeable advice and proper planning to ensure maximum protection for the people who are most important to you. Since our firm was founded, people in the Baltimore-Washington Corridor area have relied on us to help them accomplish their goals in estate planning and trust matters. To speak to one of our Columbia special needs trust attorneys, call 410-312-5690 or contact us by e-mail.

Life Is A Journey That Begins And Ends With Family

Many parents worry about what will happen when they are no longer able to care for their child with special needs. Programs such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may be available to meet basic needs, but only if your child is eligible. Without proper planning, you can actually disqualify your son or daughter from receiving public money. We help clients establish special needs trusts to provide the support your child needs, while preserving their access to public benefits.

We can explain your options and help you create a trust to serve your interests. You can create a trust that allows other people to make contributions. You can choose a trustee who will serve your child's needs and obey your guidelines with fidelity. You can fund your trust in a way to protect your child from fraud. We can help you make the right decisions to protect your loved ones.

Maryland Guardianship Attorneys

Where will your child live? How will he or she make ends meet? Who will be responsible for the care and attention your child needs? At Walsh & Company, P.A., our lawyers have the skill and experience to help you answer these questions. We have a thorough understanding of special needs planning. If you need help creating a plan to provide for your loved one with special needs, contact us by e-mail or call 410-312-5690 to schedule a consultation.