The assets in the trust will not be counted as assets and therefore, won’t prevent future benefits and program qualifications. More importantly, a trust is off limits to creditors and may not be seized. Even if the beneficiary is sued, the assets in the special needs trust remain untouchable. Learn more about the role of special needs trusts in estate planning in this presentation.
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