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Is It Ever “Too Late” to Start Future Planning for Your Child?

Is It Ever Too Late to Start Future Planning for Your Child?

Your child with special needs is becoming a teenager, or is about to turn 18, or is an adult living independently. No matter how old your child is now, you may wonder if it is “too late” to start future …
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Military Family and a Child with Special Needs? Tips for Future Planning

Military Family and a Child with Special Needs? Tips for Future Planning

If you belong to a military family and have a child with special needs, you have some unique future planning issues to address. Since being in the military can create some uncertainty about your plans and residence, future planning is …
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Your Non-Special Needs Children May Need Estate Plans Too

Your Non-Special Needs Children May Need Estate Plans Too

If you are working on your family’s estate plan to protect your child with special needs, be aware that your other children may need to do some future planning too. As described in a previous blog article on our website, leaving your estate …
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Risks of Leaving Your Estate to Your Special Needs Child’s Sibling

Risks of Leaving Your Estate to Your Special Needs Child's Sibling

When making your estate plan, be aware that there are substantial risks to leaving your estate to the sibling of your child with special needs. Sometimes, doing so seems like the least complicated solution – the sibling can use funds …
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