Practical advice on providing for the disabled
If you're a parent or guardian worried about leaving behind a disabled individual, we can provide sensitive advice and support, helping you to make sure that provisions are in place to support them after you die.
Guaranteeing that support and care for your learning disabled child carries on after your death can be a big worry for many parents. With the right legal advice, however, it needn't be. At Giles Wilson we can provide advice that is tailored to your situation, helping to ensure that care carries on after you have gone.
One of the best ways to ensure ongoing care for your child is to set up a disabled person's trust. While it may not be possible or practical to transfer large sums of money or assets to someone who cannot manage it, a trust provides the perfect means to ensure that anything left behind remains protected and is used as you intended.
We can help in the planning, drafting and creating of trusts of any size for learning disabled individuals, and are also able to act as professional trustees if required.