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Monmouth County Special Needs Trust Lawyer Christine Matus Explains the Role of a Special Needs Trusts Attorney

July 29, 2022
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Monmouth County special needs trust lawyer Christine Matus releases a new article (https://matuslaw.com/special-needs-trust-attorney/) explaining how a special needs trust attorney may be able to help. The lawyer mentions that having special needs trusts may be able to help not only those who have a permanent immediate need but also those who anticipate that they will have future disabilities.

“While it is important for every family to have an estate plan in place, it’s especially important when you are the caregiver or a family member of someone with special needs. You have worked hard your entire life, and you want to make sure that your estate is handled according to your wishes,” says the Monmouth County special needs trust lawyer.

Monmouth County special needs trust lawyer

A comprehensive estate plan is necessary to protect loved ones, according to the lawyer. Estate plans can give estate owners peace of mind by ensuring that their wishes are carried out in the event of their death.

Attorney Christine Matus mentions that probate can seem complicated and difficult to navigate. A special trust attorney is essential, especially for parents of special-needs children or those caring for someone with special needs.

The Matus Law Group in New Jersey has been helping people with special needs who need an estate plan. An attorney is not required to prepare a special needs trust. However, it is important to understand the financial implications. That is where an estate planning attorney can help.

Attorney Matus also discusses how a person could lose their government benefits or public assistance if they make a Will without creating a Trust. This is because eligibility is dependent on income and assets.

Lastly, the estate planning attorney explains that it is important to seek the help of a skilled lawyer when it comes to matters such as special needs trusts. Having an experienced attorney may be able to help the client understand the complicated laws surrounding the probate system and ensure that the future of their loved ones is safe.

About The Matus Law Group

The Matus Law Group has a team of estate planning attorneys who are committed to helping families and individuals in real estate transactions in New Jersey and New York. Through a team approach, they work hard to help their clients with their estate planning needs. Call The Matus Law Group today at (732) 785-4453.



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The Matus Law Group is an experienced team of attorneys who can help you and your family plan for life, protect and care for loved ones with special needs, cope effectively with disability and death, and preserve inheritances for future generations.

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Christine Matus
Matus Law Group - Monmouth County
125 Half Mile Rd Red Bank, NJ 07701
(732) 785-4453

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