Our Wheaton trust litigation attorneys understand the importance of you or your loved ones trust. It's important to ensure the assets in a trust litigation case go where they were intended. We have the experience needed to ensure your trust litigation or dispute case is handled in a timely and cost-effective manner.
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Wheaton Trust Litigation & Trust Dispute Attorneys
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When you're completing an estate plan, choosing a trustee is one of the hardest decisions you'll make. In this guest article, Bill Hardesty from Arboretum Wealth Management talks about how to choose a trustee for your trust. Our Wheaton trust litigation & trust dispute attorneys can help you understand your trusts and how to choose a trustee.
In this article we will explain how to use special needs trusts in order to maximize social security benefits for individuals with disabilities. We use Special Needs Trusts, also known as Supplemental Needs Trusts, in order to allow disabled individuals to accumulate assets and income in excess of these amounts without reducing the amount of SSI benefits that they are eligible to receive.