When a child turns 18, they are considered an adult. With this title comes the responsibility to make life decisions concerning their medical treatment, finances and life. These decisions require that a person be competent in order to understand what decision they are making and the possible outcomes or consequences of that decision. This newfound adulthood raises even more concern for those with children who have special needs. It can be tough to muddle through the waters of special needs planning.
Todd Sivia, Managing Partner, Sivia Business & Legal Services
As 2016 begins, we reflect upon the joys and challenges we faced throughout the past year. Unfortunately, many people overlook how these joys and challenges affect estate planning. Often, the events that shape our lives the most also influence how we would want to take care of our loved ones. For example, have you experienced changes such as these in 2015:
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