Special Needs Estate Planning and Special Needs Trusts
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Special Needs Disability Planning Aventura Miami Florida | Eric S. Kane AttorneyPlanning for Children & Adults with Special Needs
(305) 937-7280

When a loved one has a disability, providing for that person is of the utmost importance and should be a paramount goal in your estate planning.
A purpose of creating a Special Needs Trust, commonly referred to as a SNT is to make sure that your child or loved one receives the needed public benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid.
Special Needs Trusts are also used to ensure that your loved ones are adequately cared for in the event of their primary caregiver’s death or incapacity.
There are two main types of Special Needs Trusts:

     ► First Party Special Needs Trusts

     ► Third Party Special Needs Trusts

To learn more about special needs trusts and how to incorporate special needs planning into your overall estate plan contact Eric S. Kane, P.L. at (305) 937-7280.

The law office of Eric S. Kane, P.L. is located in Aventura, a municipality in Miami-Dade County, and serves clients throughout Miami, Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, Martin County, Monroe County, Collier County, Lee County and all of Florida’s 67 counties.

A First Party Special Needs Trust is a type of SNT where the source of funds being placed within the trust are from the disabled person him or herself.

A Third Party Special Needs Trust is a type of SNT where the source of the funds being placed within the trust is from a friend or family member and not the disabled person.

Eric S. Kane, P.L. consistently represents clients’ legal needs for probate, estate planning, trust administration, wills and living wills, guardianship, and related matters with service to Aventura, Miami, Hallandale, North Miami, Miami Beach, Hollywood, Miramar, Wilton Manors, Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and all areas of Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, and each county throughout Florida.

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