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How can I protect a special needs trust from those who prey on vulnerable beneficiaries?
Written By: Special Needs Answers
Last Updated: 8/9/2006
An inheritance from parents who fund their child's special needs trust by will rather than by revocable living trust is in the public record. Predators are particularly attracted to vulnerable beneficiaries, such as the young and those with limited self-protective capacities. When you plan with trusts, you decide who has access to the information about your children's inheritance. This protects your child and other family members, who may be serving as trustees, from predators.
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