A will allows you to distribute your worldly goods, select a guardian for minor children and name an executor to carry out your wishes.
You should be aware of what a will can’t or shouldn’t do.
Trusts give parents of special-needs children additional options for extending care and financial assistance. However, you might need some expert help.
Married people in second marriages with prior children often have to balance the future well-being of their spouse with that of their own children.
Special needs lawyers can work with clients to set up individualized special needs trusts.
Adults with disabilities are living much longer than in the past, which means their aging parents must plan for the day when their dependent children outlive them.