Legal Advice for Special Needs Trust — 121 results
Written by attorney Wendy S. Alton, almost 2 years ago.
I was honored to talk with the Down Syndrome Support Team (DSST) in Saline this past Sunday about estate planning when you have special needs in your family. Many families have children... more
Written by attorney Kyle Krasa, almost 3 years ago.
I have often commented that how a beneficiary inherits is often as important and in some cases more important than what a beneficiary inherits. This maxim is particularly important when... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Bracewell, about 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 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 Begley, almost 3 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 Stephen Mendel, 24 days ago.
Providing for your loved ones is more complicated when you have children from a previous marriage. Should you leave assets to your spouse and count on him/her to leave them to your children... more
Written by attorney Ryan Atwell, 4 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
Written by attorney Mitchell Kitroser, over 4 years ago.
KEY CONCEPTS AND CONSIDERATIONS PLANNING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN
OVERVIEW - Parents of children with special needs must address two specific time frames and monetary matters related to... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Hobbs, 12 months ago.
When a client poses this question to me, I give them the typical attorney answer, “well, it depends.” I know, I know, people hate that answer. But, it does depend.
Written by attorney Stephen Mendel, over 1 year ago.
If you have someone special in your life who has been diagnosed with autism then you probably should review your estate plan to make sure that you have included special needs planning in... more