A special needs trust serves to protect an heir who is differently-abled. It allows a trustee to be appointed to make sure the funds left to someone with special needs are handled properly.

This can apply not only to those with cognitive or physical challenges, but also to those with addictions, minors, or those who have poor money management skills.

This type of trust or provision can set up distribution of funds based on age, time or other appropriate factors.

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