With so much misinformation, myths, and folk remedies out there about estate planning for a special needs beneficiary, it's hard to get straightforward answers in plain English, and paying an attorney by the hour to provide you this basic information just doesn't make sense. That's why I built the Special Needs Planning Crash Course to give you all of the basic information needed to make good decisions about your own plan to protect your loved ones.
What you'll learn:
- The Difference Between a Last Will and Testament and a Revocable Living Trust, and why it is critical when it comes to protecting a special needs beneficiary
- The different types of trusts, and what they can and don't do
- How to create a complete plan when most information out there points to "piecemeal" approaches
With attorneys charging around $200-$500 per hour, it just makes sense to have good information before you ever walk into the attorney's office.