Estate Planning Articles


Guardianship Basics

Guardianship can provide parents of children with special needs a way to protect their child's financial and medical well-being even after they have turned 18.

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Guardianship Can Have Its Limits

For an individual who can make some decisions on his or her own, a full guardianship may not be appropriate.

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Special Needs Planning and Retirement Benefits

Retirement accounts like 401(k)s and IRAs make up the majority of most people's savings.

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5 Issues to Consider When Creating a Special Needs Trust

Here are some of the questions you will need to consider in guiding your attorney to create a special needs trust.

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Most Adults With Special Needs Require Estate Planning Documents

In most cases, people with disabilities have the capacity to create their own estate planning documents, and in some cases it is crucial that they do so.

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A Short Introduction to Special Needs Planning

What is special needs planning and how can special needs trusts help people with special needs?

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