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Do I need an estate lawyer with experience working with parents of children who have disabilities?
Published: Jun. 22, 2022Updated: Jun. 22, 2022
If you’re paying an attorney to draft your legal documents (and you should!), you want to make sure they have experience working with other parents raising kids with disabilities. Hear estate lawyer Brianna Davidson Jarrett explain why in this clip:
See more in our article 3 Tips for Parents Diving into Estate Planning.
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