Most of us think about taking care of our aging parents or spouse when they’re older, and not our kids. But long-term care of adults with disabilities is the next crisis facing Americans. Ask any of the more than 39.8 million Until that time, however, you will hear parents asking themselves: What happens when I am no longer able to care for my child?
Here at Gupta Law, parents of children with special needs are strongly urged to begin planning AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Special needs planning is a daunting task that has overwhelmed parents and clients for years. And the Firm’s New Year’s gift to you is a breakdown of the steps and documents you need to best position your adult children with disabilities for life when you are gone. Gupta Law highly recommends that families of adults with disabilities have in place:
Parents of kids with disabilities rarely rest easy. But having an estate plan, as well as the ongoing guidance and support of a committed special needs planning expert can help to accomplish long-term goals and offer immediate emotional benefits.