Estate Planning For Special Needs And Situations

Every family is different. Your children likely have varying physical needs, emotional needs and educational challenges. Your estate plan must reflect these differences in order to effectively accomplish your goals.

A one-size-fits-all document simply isn't enough. It takes real legal acumen and experience to customize an estate plan effectively. Let the estate planning attorneys at Seder & Chandler, LLP, provide the keen legal counsel and proactive representation you require. With offices in Worcester and Westborough, we have been assisting individuals and families across Massachusetts since 1918.

Planning For Adult Children With Disabilities

If you have an adult child with special needs, it is vital to plan ahead for your child's future. One of the best ways to ensure that he or she will be provided for is to establish a special needs trust. Talk with our lawyers about the benefits of such trusts.

Planning For Family Members In Unique Situations

You may also have children in unique circumstances or with differing money-management skills. For instance, you may have a son with exceptional artistic skill but little economic ability. It may make sense to place this child's inheritance into a trust. This would ensure that the money is managed properly and remains inaccessible to creditors.

Provide Your Loved Ones With A Customized Toolbox

At Seder & Chandler, LLP, we take pride in offering clients a tailored toolbox of estate planning documents. This enables you to provide your family with the resources they will need after you pass away, letting them benefit from the wealth and wisdom you have accumulated.

Buying an online, do-it-yourself estate plan may be the cheaper choice, but it won't take your family's unique challenges and capacities into account. We will. Our lawyers take the time to understand the complexities of your life — and this makes a very valuable difference.

Call our Worcester office at 508-471-3018 or our Westborough office at 508-709-0024 to set up a consultation with one of our experienced lawyers. You can also contact our firm online.