Ending Your Marriage Does Not Mean Ending Your Commitment to Your Special Needs Child

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The end of a marriage does not end your commitment to your child with special needs. First, it is important for any child support dedicated to a child with special needs to be allocated under the separation agreement to a special needs trust so that these assets do not affect the child’s ability to receive government assistance. It is important in connection with a divorce that each spouse consider the impact of the separation on his or her individual special needs planning.

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