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Podcast: Establishing a Special Needs Trust: Tips to Get Started


Helpful steps for implementing a Special Needs Trust

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Bill Frazier, Senior Vice President with SunTrust Bank, discusses steps parents can take to implement a Special Needs Trust, helping them deal with an emotional life circumstance

Caring for a child with special needs is an emotional circumstance. And dealing with the financial ramifications is a challenge, so it’s critical to break down a Special Needs Trust into its core components, says Bill Frazier, Senior Vice President with SunTrust Bank. Frazier outlines steps you can take as a parent to implement a Special Needs Trust.


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