Lawrence A. Friedman’s Special Needs Article is Featured in Law School Textbook

Posted on: February 14th, 2013 by Lawrence A. Friedman

“Special Needs Estate Planning” has been included in the new law school textbook Teaching Materials on Estate Planning by Gerry Beyer, Professor of Law at Texas Tech University School of Law. Originally written by attorney Lawrence A. Friedman for N.J. Lawyer magazine, the article explains how to plan your estate to protect your child or other loved one with disabilities. The article isn’t just for legal professionals and can help anyone concerned about a person with disabilities as the article discusses how government benefit programs, special needs trusts, and other estate planning techniques can further the welfare of a loved one with disabilities. To read this and many other articles on the topics of special needs, elder law, wills, trusts, estates, and tax click the Articles tab onthis website.

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