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Kerley, Walsh, Matera & Cinquemani, P.C.

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It is imperative that you speak with one of our experienced Estate Planning attorneys to ensure that your loved ones with special needs have the proper protections in place to preserve assets and maintain the government benefits to which they are entitled.  Whether your estate planning leaves assets to a supplemental needs person in a protective way through your Will, or a standalone Third Party Supplemental Needs Trust, or implementing planning for a supplemental needs person in order to procure government benefits through the use of a First Party Supplemental Needs Trust, our attorneys will provide you with the best options for protecting assets for your loved one with special needs.

Special Needs Trust and Will

Special Needs Trust and Will