Whatever the age of your special needs child, from infant to adult, it’s critical not to put off planning for the future care and supervision of your loved one. Many children with disabilities will survive their parents and siblings. General Estate Planning is important for everyone, and if you are the parent or guardian of a child with a disability, a Special Needs Trust (SNT) must form an essential part of your planning.
Here are some FAQs About SNTs:
What is a Special Needs Trust?
The SNT allows family and friends to leave assets to provide for the person with a disability. When...