Category Archives: Special Needs Trust

Update Your Will (part 2)

Preparing a will is the best way to be certain your property is distributed according to your wishes. What many people don’t realize is that keeping your will up to date is as important as having a will. That’s why … Continue reading

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Signed My Will – Now What? (part 3)

In the first two posts in this series I addressed communicating where your will can be found and the need to prepare burial instructions. In this post I will address a number of other important documents to gather together. The … Continue reading

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Estate Planning When You Are Young

“I’m young and don’t have much. Why should I do estate planning?” Do you own any real property? Do you want anything you own to go to anyone other than your parents or your spouse, if you are married?  For … Continue reading

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How to plan for when your special needs student wants to live independently

Reprinted from Dallas Morning News blog By Robin LeoGrande/Special Needs Insider Here’s a new idea for students with special needs in North Texas: Having housing available to meet transition plans that include moving into more independent housing options soon after students … Continue reading

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