A special needs trust is used to ensure a loved one who is disabled and needs long-term care or other assistance can use the money and property in the trust without jeopardizing Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid benefits. Assets other than a car or house and furnishings disqualify eligibility for those benefits.
To ensure benefits will not be put in jeopardy, you should consult an Auburn attorney who is experienced in establishing special needs trusts. The trust must be handled precisely and conform to the applicable law and regulations.
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