A Henson Trust provides financial security for families with a family member with disabilities or special needs.
The disability amount is a non-refundable tax credit that reduces the amount of income tax people with disabilities, or people supporting them, may have to pay.
Guardianship Applications, Substitute Decision Making packages and Powers of Attorney for Property and Personal Care are commonly required by our clients to effectively care for and manage the affairs of their loved ones.
Ken will meet with you, either online or in person, to discuss your situation. During this assessment period, Ken will address any concerns or questions you may have, until you are comfortable to move forward. Fill out our family evaluation form to get started.
Having this Trust set up for your child will ensure that once you (and your spouse, if applicable) are gone, your child will receive the inheritance and will also continue to receive ODSP payments.
Ottawa disabilities and estate planning lawyer Kenneth Pope works within a narrow niche, but he says there are many more people in Ontario he can help. Pope, principal of Kenneth C. Pope Law,…read more
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Thank you Ken for your services made easy for distant, non computer owners like myself. I was extremly happy with the pleasant, efficient help I received, by telephone, to do a Henson Trust.
M. R. Brampton, ON.
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