If you're a parent, planning for your child's future is paramount. Having your estate in order to allocate assets and establish guardianship in your absence is a prudent measure, but some parents have unique situations to consider.
Some of the stories related in a recent estate planning piece might reasonably be termed as "outlier" tales stressing truly dire ramifications that can ensue when a planner fails to take some requisite action that promotes certainty regarding a future outcome.
A sobering responsibility.
Seldom has so much hung in the balance as the Senate turns its attention to creating its own version of the American Health Care Act, passed last week by a two-vote margin.