Making an estate plan is something you and your spouse have wanted to do for some time. You may have had definite ideas about how to distribute your assets among your adult children, and it may even be something you prepared for since they were young. However, like many families, you are hesitating, hoping things will get better.
If you have a son or daughter who is addicted to opioids, writing a will to distribute your assets presents a special set of concerns. Unfortunately, you are not alone. Millions of families across all socioeconomic groups have been touched by the opioid crisis leaving parents confused about how to prepare their estates.