Houston Special Needs Planning Lawyer

Special Needs Planning Attorney

Advanced planning is important. Life can be unpredictable and planning ahead helps to ensure that your wishes are clear regardless of what life may bring. If you are responsible for caring for someone with special needs advanced planning becomes especially important.

At the law offices of Hayes & Wilson, PLLC, our estate planning attorneys help you prepare in advance, so that your loved ones with special needs are protected regardless of what may happen.

Our attorneys help you prepare a comprehensive plan to address all aspects of the care of your loved ones with special needs.

  • Special Needs Trust: Creating a special needs trust may be the single most important thing you can do to protect your loved ones who require extra care. A special needs trust provides financial support without removing eligibility for government benefits.
  • Letter of Intent: A letter of intent provides guidance for future caretakers regarding your plans for your child with special needs. This document fills in the details that legal documents do not cover, addressing everything from the child's life history to current food preferences.
  • Guardianship For a Child With a Disability Who Is Turning 18: Once a child turns 18, privacy laws and regulations prevent health care providers, educators and other professionals from speaking openly with a child's parents, regardless of that child's needs or abilities. A guardianship allows open communication and clear authority regarding important decisions, regardless of your child's age.

For most of our services at Hayes & Wilson, PLLC, we provide a initial consultation and fixed fees.

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