The fact is that most families aren't aware that if they leave more than $2,000 in countable resources to their child or adult family member with a disability, the individual will lose eligibility for most government benefits.
As a parent, Advocate, Partners in Policymaking® Graduate and special needs planner, knowledgeable in special needs estate planning techniques, I have a moral responsibility to children and adults with disabilities to make sure if government benefit eligibility is needed, that it is protected. If an individual may need a lifetime of person-centered supports, I assist families through the decision-making process of where it can be obtained and how it can be provided. I do this by assisting parents and family members through the necessary steps to accomplish these essential goals using person-centered planning techniques. Often times, this planning includes a foundation based on the use of a properly-drafted special needs trust.
I help families make deliberate, conscious decisions to protect those who depend on them - because I've found that most parents don't get around to making these choices until they meet someone like me who is knowledgeable in this area and will cause them to think about it.
I do not charge for any calls or intake meetings with fellow parents and extended families of individuals with disabilities. By taking this approach in assisting other families, I make certain that anyone who may need my services can take advantage of my experience - regardless of their financial status or situation.
For more information on the advocacy and resources that I provide to fellow parents and family members, or to schedule a complimentary intake meeting, please call Diann Jones at (302) 530-1234. Alternatively, you may email Diann Jones at email@example.com with your request, including your daytime contact information.
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Lastly, please feel free to browse my list of upcoming special needs estate planning workshops and register for one in your area.
I hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to meeting you soon!
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Diann Jones, MBA, Parent/Advocate