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Special Needs Inheritance Planning

Colorado Special Needs Inheritance Planning Attorney, Working Hard for You

At Brady, McFarland & Lord, LLC, what we do is all about your needs and goals. Our mission can be especially important when you are preparing for the medical and financial needs of a disabled loved one.

Experienced estate planning lawyers can structure a third-party special needs trust or supplemental needs trust that is tailored to your family’s specific, unique wishes. This tool can assist the disabled family member to avoid certain kinds of taxation while still qualifying for Medicaid, Social Security and other government benefits.

The beneficiary you have in mind could be a seriously injured or ill spouse, elderly parent or specially abled child. We too have their best interests at heart – and work hard to devise a special needs trust correctly the first time. Otherwise the recipient could inherit money outright and put his or her government benefits in disarray.

With more than 21 years of service to greater Denver, JeffCo and Front Range areas, our skilled estate planning law firm has proven that we can get results. Find out more about the advantages of special needs trusts by contacting us today.

Our toll-free phone number is 888-806-7304 for those in Colorado cities such as Arvada, Denver, Thornton, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, Louisville, Broomfield, Golden, Superior, Westminster, Littleton, Genesee, Evergreen, Lafayette, Northglenn and Commerce City.

Brady, McFarland & Lord, LLC – Experience, Skills, Compassion, Results

You should speak with us if a third-party special needs trust can benefit a disabled loved one suffering from:

  • Down syndrome
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Paralysis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Lupus
  • Catastrophic injury or illness
  • Cystic fibrosis

During your initial consultation, we will tell you how we can thoughtfully draft, review and administer the special needs trust you have in mind, and protect it against any potential financial mismanagement in the future. We want our legal expertise to provide the peace of mind you deserve, and begin the foundation for a lasting relationship.

Contact Us

Arvada special needs trust attorneys are dedicated to protecting what matters most in your life. Call today, toll free: 888-806-7304.