April 2016

Why You Should Leave Assets to Your Disabled Children

When planning your estate involves considering a combination of healthy and disabled children, it can be tempting to avoid the complication of establishing a special needs trust for your disabled child. You may think it will be easier to leave your assets to your healthy children, trusting them to use the funds to care for their sibling with special needs. Read more about the multitude of problems this can cause. 

When Is a First-Party Special Needs Trust Useful? 

If you're the parent of a special needs child, you probably know how important it is to set up a special needs trust for future care. You also probably know that there are two kinds of special needs trusts. Learn which is best for your situation. 
Special Needs Trusts for Multiple Children

A family with one special needs child faces many challenges every day. But some families have more than one special needs child, which can make their daily lives exceedingly complicated - especially when it comes to finances. Let's take a look at how to protect the future of your special needs children. 

Child Support for a Disabled Child 

Divorce is almost always a stressful and difficult situation. When the couple has a child with a disability, divorce can be even more problematic; especially, if the child is an adult child and will require continuing support for life. Learn more with Alabama Family Trust. 

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