Legal Advice for Special Needs Trust — 162 results
Written by attorney Dennis Berry, about 4 years ago.
A Trust is a written agreement that sets up specific rules about how property and assets that have been transferred into the Trust are to be administered and distributed. There are... more
Written by attorney Donald Watson, almost 4 years ago.
Do I need a Revocable Trust in California The answer depends on the assets you own. If you own real property or personal property assets such as stocks or cash assets in excess of $100,... more
Written by attorney Vanessa Terzian, almost 4 years ago.
A Living Trust is a contract between you and
your heirs in which you specify what you want done with your assets
after your death. You can change the terms of this contract at any time... more
Written by attorney F W O Connor, over 3 years ago.
Planning for parents of a special needs child often requires a unique blend special considerations. Parents must plan and save for their own retirement while considering the impact of... more
Written by attorney Thomas Martin, over 4 years ago.
1. Take an inventory of your assets and liabilities o Make a list of all of your assets. Remember to include any insurance policies, real estate, retirement accounts, and any other... more
Written by attorney Catherine Hammond, over 4 years ago.
Contrary to many people’s assumptions, a Will does not avoid probate If you die intestate, or without a valid Will or Trust, Colorado law determines who will receive your assets. A Will... more
Written by attorney Larry Evan Bray, almost 4 years ago.
DO I REALLY NEED A WILL OR LIVING TRUST AND A POWER OF ATTORNEY?
By: Larry E. Bray, Esq.
Law Offices of Larry E. Bray, P.A.
What if you don't have a will or trust?... more
Written by attorney Thomas Begley, over 2 years ago.
Special Needs and Circumstances When drafting a will, an attorney must recognize that individuals have different backgrounds. In an initial client interview, an attorney must determine... more
Written by attorney Darlynn Morgan, about 5 years ago.
Probate Takes a Long Time in California and is Very Expensive. Probate can take quite a long time in California and is typically quite expensive. The worst part is probate is totally... more
Written by attorney Ryan Atwell, 3 months ago.
Here is the basic overview for parents of special needs individuals who are thinking about seeking a guardianship for their children or loved ones. General Information Parents make all the... more