Concluding our blog series Estate Planning for Your Special Needs Child: Here’s What You Should Know, below we will take a closer look at what estate planning documents you may want to put in place now if you do not already have them.
If you have a special needs child and are starting to consider your estate planning options now, the American Bar Association strongly recommends that you have the following estate planning documents prepared and put in place:
Do you need help with estate planning for your special needs child? If so, you can turn to the estate planning lawyers at JR Phillips & Associates, PC. We provide a thoughtful, comprehensive approach to our clients’ estate planning and other legal needs. We take pride in helping each of our clients and their families find the best solutions for them.
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