Legal Advice for Special Needs Trust — 159 results
Written by attorney Karen D. Lane, 4 months ago.
You are parent of a 17-year-old who is unable to make informed decisions about medical, personal care, or safety. When your child turns 18, s/he is an adult & presumed capable of making... more
Written by attorney Deborah Malkin, about 5 years ago.
The Problem and the Solution If you have a dependent or beneficiary with a physical or mental disability, you may be very concerned about providing for this person's well-being after your... more
Written by attorney Michael Bonfrisco, about 4 years ago.
It is common knowledge that government programs, in the form of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid, are very important for people with disabilities. These programs provide cash... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 4 years ago.
If you are the parent of a disabled child you must consider how to leave
property to your child, and whether you can provide sufficient assets
to provide for your child for their lifetime.... more
Written by attorney Glenn A Jarrett, about 4 years ago.
The Primary purpose of a Special Needs Trust The primary purpose of creating a Special Needs Trust is to continue the monthly tax-free Social Security (SSI) distribution benefits and to... more
Written by attorney Alice A. Salvo, over 4 years ago.
SNT #1 The disability may be mental or physical.
A SNT allows the disabled person to have unlimited assets held in trust. These assets would not be considered countable for qualification... more
Written by attorney Daniel Purtell, almost 5 years ago.
What is a Special Needs Trust? A Special Needs Trust is a trust that holds assets for the benefit of a beneficiary with special needs. It is specifically designed to provide for the... more
Written by attorney James Hanson, over 1 year ago.
Businesses and individuals are always trying to handle legal issues on their own. Sometimes they are aided and abetted by an accountant or other professional. Mostly they just don't want to... more
Written by attorney Thomas Begley, over 2 years ago.
Estate planning for parents with disabled children is a very delicate and important proposition. During their lifetime, parents are able to provide emotional and financial support to their... more
Written by attorney Stephen Worrall, over 3 years ago.
By: Steve Worrall, Atlanta special needs attorney
Being an Atlanta special needs attorney, Im quite often asked the question, Just what is a Special Needs Trust?
For starters, a special... more