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Leaving money for a disabled person

AlexW_Scope
AlexW_Scope Scope Posts: 220 Pioneering
If you leave money to a disabled person directly, in the form of a gift in your will, it can affect any means-tested benefits they may be entitled to. Take a look at our new information on this at www.scope.org.uk/support/families/will-trusts

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