Trusts and estates attorneys help clients plan to protect their most vulnerable loved ones. Most professionals in this area know about creating a special needs trust as part of the estate plan for a child or grandchild with a disability and understand about guardianships for an incapacitated person. Special or supplemental needs trusts provide funds to pay for expenses that can help take care of an individual with a disability—while not cutting off access to government benefits.1 ...

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