Estate planning can be a challenging process when disabled individuals are involved. There are legal issues that, even those with the best intentions, can completely alter the outcome of an estate plan. In this video series, Estate Planning and Administration Principal at Offit Kurman, discusses the strategies regarding estate planning for disabled individuals, specifically children. Estate planning is the process of arranging and preparing an individual’s assets in anticipation of his or her death. Anyone that owns properties, cars, bank accounts, etc. need an estate plan if they want to leave their belongings to specific individuals and if they want to reduce, in some cases eliminate, taxes or other federal expenses.
If you have a disabled individual in your family, this video series will help you navigate the legal issues involved with your estate plan.
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