Wheaton, Illinois, Special Needs Trust Attorney

“A man’s dying is more the survivor’s affair than his own.” Thomas Mann

Rolewick & Gutzke, P.C. helps parents, guardians, and others establish special needs trusts for the children and adults they care about. A special needs trust can be used to help a person with a physical disability, mental disability, or a chronic illness. In addition to providing for the needs of an individual, these assets do not compromise certain government benefits.

If you are interested in learning how a lawyer from Rolewick & Gutzke can help establish a special needs trust for your loved one, contact our firm to arrange a consultation. At Rolewick & Gutzke, we give clients honest assessments regarding attorneys' fees. We also offer evening and Saturday hours to accommodate busy schedules.

We understand many parents are concerned about what will happen to their special needs child in the event of a major life change. These changes can include the death of a parent, a child turning 21 years of age, or the child wanting to live independently. Our firm takes time to listen to our clients' concerns. We strive to provide clients with peace of mind and protection from the unknowns in life.

Protect the Assets of Your Special Needs Child

In addition to providing parents and other caregivers with peace of mind, a special needs trust can ensure that your loved one will be taken care of financially. Our firm is skilled at establishing trusts, whether through gifts or inheritance, that do not compromise government benefits. Government benefits can include, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid, vocational programs, and housing subsidies.

Contact a special needs trust attorney from Rolewick & Gutzke to arrange a consultation.

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