Use your estate plan to take care of children with special needs

Children with special needs require a great deal of resources and support. Parents often worry about what will happen to their children with special needs after they are gone. Setting up a special needs trust can help ease your worry.

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Jenn Morson

by Jenn Morson

Jenn Morson is a freelance writer whose work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlant...

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Updated on: January 22, 2024 · 4min read


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