Children with disabilities need special care. Even as they reach adulthood, they are often incapable of making their own decisions by themselves. That's where the problem starts. As a child, if anything were to happen to caregivers, the court system can appoint a guardian or a custodial care over any property left to them but as an adult, absent seperate proceedings, they are expected to make their own decisions regardless of what their conditions are.
Special needs planning revolves around two big needs. The first one is how to properly care for your special needs child as they grow and have different legal and financial needs come up. The second is how to make sure that they will be cared for if their parent's suddenly passed away.
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