Hey guys, So my brother-in-law is mentally challenged, he just became an adult and receives a small amount of money from social security every month. His parents are pretty much just saving the money he gets, so that when they get older he will have a decent amount set aside to help cover his expenses and whatnot for after they can no longer care for him. He will presumably live with my wife and I when that time comes, just in a guest house or something as he can basically take care of himself and will want to still be relatively independent. His parents are going to meet with an advisor at some point in a few months to kind of figure out their best plan of action, but in the mean time they have asked me if I can give them any advice on what I think will be their best plan of action. I told them I would do some research and get back to them as I am honestly not really that familiar with trusts, just the basics pretty much. SO, with that being said, do any of you all have any advice on what the best way to go about this would be? His mom told me they basically just want to set it up so they won't have any tax concerns for it after they pass away (they also have money set aside of their own for him) and they would like to invest it in something relatively safe so he can make a little bit of a return on it. I would like to kind of give them an idea of what to expect when they meet with the advisor and some guidance so they will know what they do and don't want. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.