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Estate Planning Is Not as Hard as You Think

Estate Planning Is Not as Hard as You Think

Published: Jun. 20, 2022Updated: Jun. 24, 2024

As a parent raising a child with unique needs, you do so much for your kid, from IEP meetings to therapies to bedtime routines. Brianna Davidson Jarret, a former estate lawyer, Maryland’s current Assistant Attorney General, and a parent of three, including a child with disabilities promises that estate planning is no harder than all the things you’re already doing. You can do this!

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