Q. What if I have a disabled child and I do not want to leave that child his/her inheritance so that he does not lose his Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income. Should I leave them or of my estate plan and anticipate their siblings will take care of them?

A. This is a question we get a lot and the answer is generally, no. Through various estate planning mechanisms, we carefully craft an estate plan that will provide for a disabled child and not impair their ability to obtain government benefits.

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