Monthly Archives: December 2013

Do Not Hospitalize Directives Often Confuse

2019-06-25T17:55:39+00:00

By Elizabeth Gray, CELA A recent article by Judith Graham, "The New Old Age, A Misunderstood Directive," (New York Times, 20 November, 2013) got me thinking about "Do Not Hospitalize" (DNH) orders. As attorneys, we routinely put such orders in our advance directives without a detailed explanation to our clients. What is a "Do Not [...]

Do Not Hospitalize Directives Often Confuse2019-06-25T17:55:39+00:00

Young Artist with Autism Finds Critical Acclaim

2019-06-25T18:01:34+00:00

His art has been exhibited throughout the U.S., in Kiev, Galapagos, Curacao and the Cayman Islands. He can compose music on a computer, without the benefit of sound. He's won medals for ballroom dancing. Yet a skills evaluation, conducted, when Seth Chwast - who has profound autism - was 18, indicated that he could look [...]

Young Artist with Autism Finds Critical Acclaim2019-06-25T18:01:34+00:00

End-of-Year Tax Considerations

2019-08-26T19:12:51+00:00

By H. Amos Goodall, Jr., CELA Caring for a loved one with special needs can run into millions of dollars over the course of their lifetime, so the last thing families need is to pay unnecessary taxes. I'd estimate that before beginning to work with a special needs attorney, 30 percent of my clients had [...]

End-of-Year Tax Considerations2019-08-26T19:12:51+00:00

The Affordable Care Act and Its Impact on Individuals with Special Needs

2013-12-04T00:00:00+00:00

This issue of the Voice was written by SNA member Shirley B. Whitenack of Schenck, Price, Smith & King, LLP and an associate at her firm, Crystal West Edwards. Shirley's practice focuses on elder and special needs law and estate and trust litigation, planning and administration. She is a Fellow and the Vice President of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and is a member of its Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP). Crystal's practice focuses on elder and special needs law. She is a member of the Elder and Disability Law Section of the New Jersey Bar Association, NAELA, and Secretary of the New Jersey Chapter of NAELA and the Garden State Bar Association.

The Affordable Care Act and Its Impact on Individuals with Special Needs2013-12-04T00:00:00+00:00

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