Good Estate Planning Includes Special Needs Trusts
Individuals with disabilities are one of the fastest growing minority segments of the population; statistics indicate that one of every twenty-six families is home to a disabled child. As a result, special needs trusts play a more important role in estate planning and can help enable those with disabilities to determine eligibility for public benefits.
See Ruthann P. Lacey and Heather D. Nadler, "Special Needs Trusts," 46 Fam. L.Q. 247-267 (2012).
Posted by Jillian Snell, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal
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