Are the holidays a good time to talk about estate planning? Well, they just may be. What better time of year than when you have the family all together? Besides, the new year is coming around and wouldn't it be nice to get some possible unfinished business squared away?
If you have a special needs child, you know he or she requires special care -- and that will certainly be on your mind when you do your estate planning. No doubt, you will want to ensure they have someone who will care for them and make sure their special needs are met should something happen to you. Besides just providing a guardian or custodial care for them, they will need to be provided for financially as well.