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What Is a Special Needs Trust?
What Is a Special Needs Trust?

If you or your loved one is chronically ill or mentally/physically disabled, you likely have access to government assistance such as Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicare, or Medicaid. But these benefits may be compromised by assets such as an inheritance, ...

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