My wife and I needed a Living Trust because we are parents of a Special Needs child (now an adult) and went to see an advisor who specialized in trusts for Special Needs families. It was รวมเว็บแทงบอลufabet one of the best moves we made.
But to make sure, and to get a “second opinion” as it were, I decided to pick up a book on the subject and see what another expert had to say on the subject. I found a book by Jeffrey Condon, a bestselling author and attorney who is an expert on Living Trusts. In addition, he has a brother who is a Special Needs adult and has helped other families write up trusts with these special needs requirements.
While reading The Living Trust Advisor, I really came to appreciate the author’s sense of humor but soon came to realize that he is a caring individual sensitive enough to understand human needs as well as having a solid grasp of the law. The author takes his reader, step by step, through the process of creating a Living Trust. He warns of the pitfalls, raises red flags along the way, and stresses those areas that require special attention. I found him to be especially insightful when warning about how siblings may squabble after both parents die and in advising what to do when remarrying after a divorce. Condon likens the process of drawing up a Living Trust to the four quarters of a football game and organizes his book the same way – into four quarters. And functioning as an author and attorney, Condon becomes a Living Trust Coach to guide you through all four quarters.