Special Disability Trusts: Questions and Answers

Whether a Special Disability Trust is suitable for your purposes is a complex matter that involves the need to carefully consider your personal circumstances and those of the intended beneficiary. Those circumstances may change over time, as may other factors such as relevant laws, taxation treatment and relevant policies. You should always seek advice from qualified legal, taxation and other professional advisers before taking any action in respect to a Special Disability Trust and take into account both long term and short term considerations as applicable to your individual circumstances.

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