When your children were born, you likely had visions of happiness, success and love for each of them. Though you knew that they would live their own lives and have different experiences, you still hoped that each road would lead them to positive futures. Unfortunately, not all of your children had such outcomes, and you may have one child in particular who had more troubles than the others.
Specifically, you have a child who lives with addiction and substance abuse issues. Over the years, you have undoubtedly done what you thought best to help your child overcome this problem, but you likely also know that the choice to beat addiction has to come from him or her. Now that you are estate planning, you do not want to leave your child without but also do not want to enable the addiction by providing funds after your passing.