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Children and Trust Agreements

Children's Problems Do Not Affect Trust Assets

When assets are transferred directly to children, the children become the owners of those assets. Most of the risks and disadvantages involved in transferring assets directly to children can be avoided with a properly written Trust Agreement. learn more.

Asset Management

Asset Management in the Event of Incapacity

If you establish your own Irrevocable Trust and later become incapacitated, your designated Trustee continues to manage your assets in the trust with virtually no difficulties. This allows for your estate planning investments to remain intact. learn more.

Supplemental Needs Trust

Supplemental Needs Trust as Part of Beneficiary Clause

Under this type of trust, the person with disabilities would receive distributions to supplement any benefits he/she was receiving from governmental programs. The person with disabilities would not be disqualified from receiving such governmental benefits. learn more.

You should never assume that it is too late Quite often you have legal options to save some or all of your life savings. The Koldin Law Center, P.C. can represent you throughout the entire Medicaid process. There are many special exceptions to the basic Medicaid rules where additional assets can be protected.

At the Koldin Law Center, P.C., with offices in Syracuse and Rochester, New York, we are committed to providing personal and professional services to individuals and families with loved ones suffering from disabilities and illness. We focus our practice on Estate planning, Trusts, Medicaid, and preserving life savings from the costs of long term care in the event of a catastrophic illness. All of the information provided here is to assist residents of New York State. Our lawyers offer thorough legal representation to clients throughout upstate New York, including the counties of Monroe and Onondaga. Visit our website to to learn more about how we can help you.

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