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Discretionary trusts advised for special needs children

Parents of intellectually disabled children should ensure they have structures to protect their child after their death, according to a newly published legal guide.

25th June, 2011

Parents of intellectually disabled children should ensure they have structures to protect their child after their death, according to a newly published legal guide.

Down Syndrome Ireland and Pearts Solicitors launched the guide for the parents of children with an intellectual disability.

The booklet, ‘Planning for the Future’, deals with wills, estate and tax planning. It addresses parents’ concerns about providing for children who are incapable of looking after their assets in the future....

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