Legal Advice for Irrevocable trust — 95 results
Written by attorney Mark E Wight, about 1 year ago.
Pulling It All Together
With the information from the Trust Primer and the Medicaid Primer we can now address the question of whether or how trusts can be used in Medicaid planning.... more
Written by attorney Max M Alavi, 8 months ago.
Most people understand that it is important to draft and execute a trust or some type of estate planning instrument. However, some are not sure about the how to go about selecting the right... more
Written by attorney Lindsey Buchheit, 9 months ago.
Through the years, Ive had numerous clients come to me, frustrated with the Will or Trust they purchased from the Internet or some hotline. I recall one client who was particularly upset... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Bracewell, 6 months ago.
A guide to planning for special needs with trusts. Introduction At The Coleman Law Firm, we take great pride in our service to clients with special needs family members. To deepen our... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Berdugo, almost 2 years ago.
Once you have decide to create a trust,a legal document that leaves property and other assets to your heirs, you then must decide who will be administrating this trust after you pass. This... more
Written by attorney Marisa Nelson, 10 months ago.
Do you provide care for someone with special needs? Or want to leave a gift in your will or trust for someone on needs-based public benefits? A special needs trust can ensure that your gift... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Bracewell, almost 2 years ago.
Recently, The Coleman Law Firm was privileged to be a sponsor of the 10th Annual Angelwood Fashion Show and Luncheon, a wonderful event that raises funds for programs supporting children... more
Written by attorney Steven B. Spewak, about 2 months ago.
When Your Child Has a Disability If you are raising a child with a physical or developmental disability, you face obstacles and difficulties on a daily basis. Between running to and... more
Written by attorney Ronald P Adams, about 2 years ago.
The federal JOBS Act makes it easier for investors and qualifying businesses to hook up, but there are plenty of risks to go along with the rewards
On April 5, 2012, President... more
Written by attorney Timothy Kalamaros, almost 2 years ago.
Fundamentally, atrust exists where one person holds property on behalf of another. So it is a type of fictitious enttiy used to hold and own property.
A trust may be declared by a person... more