Attorneys: Running into a Road Block?

We all know that our government can make a mistake.  If you are an attorney who recommended one of our Special Needs Trusts and you get an adverse decision from the State (Department of Children and Families) or Social Security, it is imperative that you let us know immediately.  We all know that these agencies and their staff can make mistakes, and the sooner we get involved to help you, the better.  You must ask for the appropriate reconsideration within a particular time period or we may not be able to help you.  We have the research and supporting documentation for you to submit with your initial applications or during an appeal of a bad decision.  We will work with you but you have to get us involved immediately.  We are confident that our trusts work and follow the law, so let us help if you experience any problems.  These trusts have been our primary focus for over eleven years; count on our experience of having helped over a thousand individuals properly implement and benefit from Special Needs Trusts.

We are here for you. Give us a call at 1-800-669-2499, Option 3 or email us with any questions.

Your Friends at Guardian Trust

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