Wills for people with intellectual or developmental disability (IDD)

Issues surrounding wills, inheritance and trusts for the people with intellectual disability can be faced with many practical challenges. There are two important uses for a will when it comes to helping those with special needs.


1. Wills to provide for person with intellectual or developmental disability (IDD)

The most important aim for a parent or family caregivers is to ensure that their love one with IDD is taken care of and can access funds for care and treatment when you are not around. The practical challenge when it comes to providing for love ones with IDD is to think of how

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