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What would happen to your disabled child if something happened to you?


Do you support someone with special needs? Contact us to discover strategies to ensure that your estate plan will continue to support them.  


Families with special needs children must exercise extra care in making their estate plans. This is true whether their special needs child is still a minor or now an adult. The goal of special needs estate planning is to ensure that a portion of the parents' estate will be passed to their special needs child. Special needs planning works to preserve public benefits for the disabled child while supplementing and enhancing the quality of the child's life.


You need to know more about...

 

Universal Guardian Planning

A New Way for Caregivers (Like You) to Preserve What You’ve Learned & Protect What You’ve Earned 

BE SURE THE RESOURCES TO CARE FOR YOUR DISABLED CHILD WILL ALWAYS BE THERE. 


Last Estate Plan You Will Ever Need


Funding Instructions for Your E-State Plan


Your child counts on you to look out for them, now and forever. But your will is not enough to protect the welfare of your disabled child. Don’t let another minute go by. Find out why…and what you can do.


If you’re ready to learn more now, choose your time for a 15-minute call with Hy Stokes of The PAM Group, LLC, our specialist in your area.