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Long-Term Help for Special Needs Children

Estate planning may be more complex for parents whose heirs have special needs or other impairments that limit their ability to take care of themselves. The unique requirements of special needs children constitute a large and growing niche. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that 10 percent of American families have a special needs child with […]

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Understanding How a Medicaid Trust Works

As we age, we may become more concerned about how we will pay for our own or our spouse’s long-term care needs. With rising costs of nursing home and in-home care, your hard-earned money could be wiped out completely in as little as a few months. Estate planning techniques can utilize irrevocable trusts like Medicaid […]

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