An important part of future planning is making sure that there are funds available to pay for the basic and supplemental needs of a person with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD). Families should create a comprehensive financial plan that includes appropriate public benefits and other private resources such as special needs trusts and ABLE accounts.
You want to ensure that the person with I/DD is set up to enjoy a high quality of life. Learn more about how public benefits, special needs trusts and ABLE accounts play an important role in the person’s financial plan.
What to Consider When Getting Financial Planning Advice
View this checklist of questions to ask and items to consider when interviewing an attorney to support your family’s planning.
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