A solid estate plan is vital when considering the future of your loved ones. After all, you want to ensure that they are protected and provided for even when you are no longer there to do it personally. A standard estate plan will cover the basics, including wills, trusts, power of attorney and health care proxy – but sometimes circumstances require additional estate planning considerations. One such circumstance is considering the care of a child or grandchild with special needs. In these cases, the child may need care and support that surpasses financial concerns. If you are the parent, guardian or grandparent of a child with special needs then it is not only vital for you to have an estate plan, but that you also make additional provisions for the child’s future. In order to do this, there are three documents that will be integral to your estate plan. Read more.
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