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Special Needs Planning

For all parents, worrying about a child's future comes with the territory. But for parents of children with special needs, that worry can be magnified because in many cases a disability can affect the child’s ability to become independent and financially secure as an adult. That is why planning for your special needs child’s future after you are gone is something of critical importance, especially in today’s climate of declining government entitlements

At the same time, raising a special needs child can be prohibitively expensive. You’ve got to be able to take advantage of the government programs and financial planning strategies that are available right now to make your job easier. Dan can show you how to supplement governmental benefits without disqualifying your special needs child from receiving benefits.

Dan can help you with both today’s and tomorrow’s challenges. He can provide you with information, support and strategies that will give you peace of mind with the knowledge that your special needs child will be well cared-for after you are gone. And he can help ease the financial burden that you currently face, for example, by showing you how to supplement government benefits without disqualifying your special needs child from receiving benefits. Implementation of such strategies, including devices such as special needs trusts, should not be left to those without special expertise in the field. Dan has that expertise. It comes as a result of his personal experience with his own autistic son. Regardless of the type of disability, he is available to help you cut through the sometimes overwhelming and confusing obstacles that can get in the way of special needs planning.