A credit shelter trust, a revocable living trust or a Medicaid trust may require some revocable living trust information that comes from an expert that understands these types of trusts. A Medicaid trust in particular should only be established by someone that has helped other clients with this type of trust in the past. A trust that is set up to make sure that your family is going to have financial security even after you have passed away, or make sure that you have a sense of financial security in place for your children if you are concerned about their spending habits while they are still young, can be a very practical way to manage her money. It is also possible that you will create a trust that is not very secure, and that trust will end up running out of money by the time you want to get your hands on that cash and manage your bills, buy new assets or otherwise use the money in the trust.
A Medicaid trust can be very important for a senior citizen as he or she nears the end of his or her life. In addition to paying for a lot of ongoing medical costs, you may want to fund life at a retirement center or even pay for a few vacations for a senior citizen that you care about. This type of trust can help you manage the medical costs and free up money for other expenditures.