Credit: Law Offices of Daniel A. Hunt
(West Palm Beach, Florida) April 26, 2022
Shalloway & Shalloway is pleased to announce their latest informational post on reasons to create a special needs trust before the child turns 18. Establishing a living trust in the same of one’s special needs child will help protect their future. On this blog post, readers can learn about the pros of setting up this trust before the child turns 18, including information on gift funding, homeownership, access to care, care management, and perhaps one of the most important aspect, ensuring a parent’s peace of mind.
The best way to ensure one’s special needs trust is set up for their loved one precisely how they intended, they need an attorney knowledgeable of that field. At Shalloway & Shalloway, that is precisely the type of attorney they find. The staff is detailed, thorough, and goes the extra mile to make sure all the proper boxes for one’s care, future, and security are checked.
“I want to express my sincere thanks to Brooke Colbert and the rest of the staff at Shalloway & Shalloway for all that they did establishing multiple Special Needs Trusts for my disabled daughter,” one client says. “…I am very impressed with the timeliness of their responses, the ease of access as far as questions and the overall efficiency they all demonstrated in this legal matter… I would recommend without reservation utilizing Shalloway & Shalloway if you have a need to establish Special Needs Trusts for a disabled family member.”
At Shalloway & Shalloway, the staff treats each patient with the respect and care they deserve. For more information on the firm and their services, call (561) 686-6200, fill out this contact form, or visit their offices.