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November 2018 Archives

Setting up a special needs trust

A Washington resident who has a loved one with a disability may decide to plan for their future by using a special needs trust. This type of trust is designed to provide for future costs of long-term care, and it can supplement Medicaid and Social Security benefits. However, there are special rules regarding this type of trust regarding income and the distribution of proceeds.

Divorce and estate planning

Divorce has become common for women in Washington and other states. According to one study, 56 percent of women leave financial planning and major money decisions up to their husbands. Divorce can present overwhelming financial challenges for these women. There are several estate planning mistakes to avoid when going through a divorce.

How to decide which educational trust is right for you

Setting up an educational trust in Washington is more complicated than people often realize. Even though many parents and grandparents want to help their loved ones pay for their education, finding the best financial vehicle can be a confusing and challenging process. Those who are interested in establishing an educational trust should spend some time exploring all of their options before signing any legal documents.

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