If you are raising a child with a physical or developmental disability, we understand the obstacles and difficulties you face on a daily basis.
Between running to and from specialist appointments, IEP meetings, occupational, and speech therapy and caring for your child’s basic needs, among other things, there is little time to take care of the tasks of today, let alone plan for tomorrow.
But, as you already know, there are also legal and financial concerns that must be considered for the future such as:
- Who would raise your child if something unexpectedly happened to you and/or your spouse?
- How can you ensure enough money is left behind should your child require a lifetime of care?
- What happens when your child turns 18? How can you continue to make medical and financial decisions on their behalf?
- How can you ensure your child is not taken advantage of financially or emotionally if you are no longer there to protect them?
The answers to all of these questions are found in the pages of our guide, Estate Planning & Guardianship For Special Needs Children. Which each legal situation is as unique as your child, we wrote this guide as a basic overview for busy parents with disabled children who simply need a roadmap for the future and simple action steps that tell them what to do and where to start. Request a copy of the guide by filing out the form below: