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Affordable Care Act Likely to Improve Situations of People with Disabilities

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a hot topic lately, and of great concern to people of all walks of life; but people with disabilities, or who rely on government benefits to help them pay for [...]

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Benefit Your Loved Ones by Bringing Life to Your Estate Plan

We often tell our clients that there is far more to a legacy than money. A will and a trust are essential documents to have—but there’s more to protecting your loved ones than just those [...]

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Estate Planning with a Chronic or Terminal Disease

We mention often on our blog that each family will have unique circumstances and unique estate planning needs—this is especially true of families in which one member has a chronic or terminal [...]

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Leaving an Inheritance to a Special Needs Child

If you have a child with special needs, planning your estate takes on a whole new dimension; especially, as this article in Forbes points out, now that “state and local governments are tightening [...]

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How a Special Needs Trust Can Help Your Child

You know how important it is to protect your family with an estate plan, but if you have a child with special needs then taking steps to protect them if something should happen to you is [...]

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Planning for the Future is Essential for Special Needs Families

If you have a special needs child, parent, or sibling then you know that planning for the future can be overwhelming under the best of circumstances; which is why so many parents and caretakers [...]

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Questions to Ask When Choosing a Guardian for Your Child

Choosing a guardian for your children is one of the most difficult things you may ever have to do as a parent, and if you have a special needs child the task is even more difficult. From [...]

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Filling in the Blanks of Your Estate Plan

Do feel like there’s more to your children’s inheritance than money? Does your will or trust seem good but… not quite enough? You’re right. A will and a trust are essential documents to [...]