Partners for Planning - The Henson Trust and Trustee Considerations
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Many families are unaware that the Henson Trust was initially conceived by a father trying to protect and plan for his daughter with a disability. Leonard Henson was a father and a true hero. As a result of his efforts, the Henson Trust has become an important tool that not only safeguards ODSP benefits, but secures great flexibility around estate planning.

The Henson Trust is but one type of trust that can be incorporated in to an estate plan to support a family member with a disability.

Learn more about the Henson Trust, other strategies that can help safeguard your family members financial future and how to select your trustees.

A live Q&A follows this presentation.

What's in it for You?

• Info on Henson Trusts and other trusts that can benefit a family member with a disability
• Review about ODSP-related restrictions that can jeopardize your loved ones benefits
• Learn about critical considerations when appointing trustees

Brendon has been involved with various disability organizations as a member, volunteer, employee or director for most of his life. He created PooranLaw to provide support to this community and to influence disability law and policy throughout Canada.

In addition to practising law, Brendon teaches Critical Disability Law at York University, is the Past-President of Community Living York South and is a founding director of both PLAN Toronto (now Partners for Planning) and Microboards Ontario. He is also a former Senior Lawyer Member on the Ontario Consent and Capacity Board.

Brendon can be reached through his practice PooranLaw.