Special Needs

At Suncoast Elder Law, we recognize that you must plan carefully if you want to leave money or property to a loved one with disability. Otherwise, you could put at risk your loved one’s ability to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid benefits. One way to help you plan is by setting up a “special needs trust” in your will to provide for your loved one with disability.

Moreover, thousands of workers each year are eligible for early Social Security Disability benefits due to disability, illness or other medical conditions that hinder their ability to work. We may greatly improve the odds that your claim will be approved at no out-of-pocket cost to you. We act as a legal intermediary between you and the Social Security Administration to help you receive the benefits you have earned.