Your estate plan from Origins Estate & Elder Planning Center does more than dictate how your life's savings and legacy will be passed on. It can also protect your most vulnerable loved ones from difficult life experiences, like these: 

Your special needs children (or grandchildren, yet to be born) may lose their right to government benefits and care because your bequest disqualifies them. Your children may have high hopes for their marriages, but a divorce could cause them to lose their inheritance from you. A troubled child may misuse funds on addictions, or they may be preyed upon those they think they can trust. Others may be sued or accrue debts that jeopardize their inheritance. 

Your estate plan protects your legacy and your vulnerable loved ones, even once you've passed. Call for a free Special Needs Planning Session today.