Work with a professional who has experience with parents in your situation
Jun. 20, 2022Updated Jun. 21, 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 Brianna Davidson Jarret, a former estate lawyer, Maryland’s current Assistant Attorney General, and a parent of three, including a child with disabilities, explain her top tips for fellow parents to make estate planning easier.
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