Category Archives: Special Needs Trusts

TIME FLIES … Tempus fugit, so carpe diem

Seven D’s of Life That Affect Your Estate Plan: Desires, dreams, drama, diagnosis, dementia, decline, death. Time flies when you’re having fun!  Time also seems to pass more quickly the older we get.  There is nothing we can do to … Continue reading

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Estate Planning for Parents – Part II

Estate Planning for Parents of Persons With Developmental and Other Severe Chronic Disabilities Part II No one cares more about the future of a disabled child than parents.  If a person with a disability will likely have long-term medical and … Continue reading

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Estate Planning for Parents of Persons With Developmental and Other Severe Chronic Disabilities

Part I From birth through age 18, the family learns to accept the disability and work with it to help the child function to his/her highest capacity.  The family also “learns the system” by learning what programs and protections are … Continue reading

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