Monthly Archives: January 2013

Updating Your Special Needs Trust – Begin with a Self Review

2019-07-01T17:25:23+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Pacheco, California, Special Needs Alliance member Stephen W. Dale of The Dale Law Firm, PC. Steve is a disability rights advocate and attorney dedicated to providing quality estate planning. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of disability related topics across the country. Steve regularly teaches courses to the public, financial professionals, and other attorneys on special needs trusts and trust administration. Additionally, he serves as the trustee for the Golden State Pooled Trust. Steve offers numerous videos and handouts to the public and his colleagues at www.achievingindependence.com.

Updating Your Special Needs Trust – Begin with a Self Review2019-07-01T17:25:23+00:00

Caregiver Agreements Can Clarify Family Roles

2019-06-25T18:29:54+00:00

By Leonard Berg, Esq. Paying a relative for care of a frail parent or of an adult child or sibling with disabilities is an option that sometimes solves a variety of problems. "Caregiver agreements" can enable an individual with special needs to remain living within the community at the same time that it provides income [...]

Caregiver Agreements Can Clarify Family Roles2019-06-25T18:29:54+00:00

Your Special Needs Trust (“SNT”) Defined

2019-07-01T17:26:27+00:00

The Voice is the email newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Amy C. O'Hara, an attorney with the New York law firm of Littman Krooks LLP. Her practice focuses on special needs planning, trust administration, guardianships, elder law, veterans' benefits and estate planning and administration. Amy is a member of the Special Needs Alliance and active participant of the publications committee. She is also a member of the New York State Bar Association. Amy graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School.

Your Special Needs Trust (“SNT”) Defined2019-07-01T17:26:27+00:00

The Olmstead Decision and Mental Health Systems Reform

2019-07-03T14:59:28+00:00

By Ronald S. Honberg, Director of Policy & Legal Affairs National Alliance on Mental Illness In 1999, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision in which it found that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) gives people with disabilities, including people living with serious mental illness, the right to receive services in the most integrated [...]

The Olmstead Decision and Mental Health Systems Reform2019-07-03T14:59:28+00:00

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