Special Needs Planning Just in Case

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Many parents, especially parents of young children, may be unsure at the time they are drafting their Wills if a child will qualify for government assistance in the future. The parents may be concerned that a child has a special need but may not know the extent when that child is young. Therefore, parents are hesitant to mandate that assets pass to their child in a special needs trust when such child may or may not need a special needs trust in the future.

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