Our experienced Tinley Park special needs attorneys will assist you in all areas of your special needs planning. We provide detailed solutions using Special Needs Trusts, ABLE accounts and other resources to deliver cost effective solutions for your special needs planning.
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Tinley Park special needs attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the process of special needs planning in Illinois.
In this article, we examine how Special Needs Trusts are used to plan for individuals with special needs. If someone has a disability in Illinois, they are entitled to Supplemental Security Income if they have less than $2,000 in assets and earns lower than the maximum monthly income. Under the guidance of our special needs attorneys, the creation of a Special Needs Trust ensures that you or loved one with special needs can accumulate assets and income without a reduction in government benefits. The benefits of Special Needs Trusts is discussed, how they work and assets are accumulated without a reduction in government benefits.
Tinley Park special needs attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how supplemental needs trusts and Illinois ABLE Act accounts can be used to ensure that you or your loved one with a disability is able to receive gifts, inheritances, and income without jeopardizing entitlement to government benefits.
In the article below, our Tinley Park special needs attorneys discuss adding your home to a Special Needs Trust and how you can benefit not counting it as an asset when calculating Supplemental Security Income. We explain what Special Needs Trust are allowed to pay for and what they can't. The purpose of SSI is used to pay for groceries, shelter, utilities and mortgage payments, therefore money from the trust cannot be used for these.