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When you have a child or other loved one who struggles with addiction, proper estate planning can be critically important.
Estate planning can resolve issues such as:
(1) How to give an addicted child access to assets without harm. Some options include the so-called "Opioid Trust."
(2) Treating the addicted and non-addicted family fairly under your circumstances
(3) Placing restrictions in documents to protect assets; and
(4) putting the right people in charge should you become incapacitated or in the event of your death.
This book is designed to educate the reader as to the basics of estate planning when a loved one struggles with addiction. It includes information on wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other essential documents.
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