Special Needs Trusts

Provide for the Care of a Special Person After You're Gone

Most Americans have at least one member of their family who is touched by a physical, mental or emotional disability. Although the government offers programs to ensure that vulnerable adults have their basic needs met, the money available often isn't enough. A special needs trust is often the best option for a family to supplement benefits for a vulnerable person.

For more than three decades, families have been coming to Lyons & Supple in Wappingers Falls, New York, for their estate planning and trust administration needs.

If you are concerned about the needs of a vulnerable adult in your life, we will help you establish a trust that will start distributing financial assets directly to the appropriate individuals, housing authority or agency right away. Your loved one gets the benefit of your success now and you will know that you need never worry about his or her future care when you're gone.

We set up and administer trusts for families throughout the Hudson River Valley region. Call us toll free at 866-587-0982 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a consultation.

Our estate planning services include:

Special Needs Trusts Are Often Emotional

We know that setting up a special needs trust for a beloved family member with a special vulnerability is often an emotional issue. We offer compassionate, personalized services that focus on meeting your specific needs.

In addition to helping the people in our community with legal matters, we are committed to helping the community as a whole. Attorney Greg Supple is a chairman of the Community Services Program, which, among other things, helps provide senior citizens with low-income housing.

A Lawyer With Experience You Can Rely On

Talk to us about the customized trust and estate planning services your family is looking for. From the moment you start working with us, you will notice our professional approach to handling your legal matter.

Contact us today. We'll help you take care of your family member's needs.