Sunday, May 07, 2006

Parents of children with disabilities often fail to plan for future

From the CEC Smart Brief:

British experts say some parents of children with disabilities drag their feet and make mistakes in planning for financial security. The Mental Capacity Act, which takes effect next year, will enable parents to obtain a "lasting power of attorney" giving them broader decision-making powers. The Guardian (London)//The Observer (5/7)

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