Yes, you can provide for a special needs child in your estate plan. A specially designed trust, called a Special Needs Trust, can help ensure that your child will continue to receive the benefits they need.
What is a special needs trust?
A special needs trust is a type of trust that Continue reading
An experienced estate planning attorney will be able to help you determine if your will, trusts or other estate plan documents should be updated to reflect the life changes in your personal situation. An estate plan can help organize your affairs so that your loved ones will have Continue reading
Children born with preventable health issues due to medical malpractice, or children who have sustained injuries related to accidents resulting in long-term disability, often receive financial settlements. The purpose is to compensate them for future living and care expenses.
Assuming Continue reading
Estate planning is important for all of us to have in place. This form of planning ensures that in the event of a serious crisis or death, our loved ones have a plan to follow and legal authority to make decisions. When you have a child with autism, however, this type of planning Continue reading