Will Lindahl CLPF

Will Lindahl CLPF

CPT Special Needs Trusts

1 Civic Center Drive, Suite 310
San Marcos, CA 92069
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Will has spent the past twenty-five years working in healthcare and meeting the needs of the disabled.  Will’s past work experience includes thirteen years in many healthcare environments as a Medicare & Medicaid Fraud Auditor, State Director of Total Quality Management, Emergency Medical Technician, Life flight neonatal and adult Respiratory Therapist.

Will has spoken nationally on protecting Medicare, Medicaid, SSI, trust administration and Medicare & Medicaid fraud. In addition he is a California Licensed Professional Fiduciary (CLPF) and has been working with special needs trusts for over a decade.

Will has developed an automated industry compliant online trust administration system for special needs trust administration that is linked to national brokerage firm affiliates and our corporate trustees. He continues to speak and publish materials on individual and pooled special needs trusts. He is holds a Masters in Business Administration and a Bachelors in Applied Behavioral Sciences.

Will is a melanoma survivor and has been visually impaired as a result since 2003. He is committed to the mission of creating a better world for the disabled.

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