Monthly Archives: January 2016

Long Waiting Lists for Community Services Deny ADA Rights

2019-08-26T19:24:04+00:00

By Jason A. Frank, CELA and Jenna L. Snyder Both the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Supreme Court's related Olmstead decision support an individual's right to receive long-term care in the least restrictive manner possible. Yet when families ask if Medicaid can help them pay for home and community-based services (HCBS), the answer [...]

Long Waiting Lists for Community Services Deny ADA Rights2019-08-26T19:24:04+00:00

Trust Advisory Committees Can Guide Trustee Decisions

2019-08-26T19:24:17+00:00

By B. Bailey Liipfert III, Esq. Acting as trustee for a special needs trust (SNT) is a demanding responsibility, and one person or bank trust department may not possess all the knowledge and skills needed for the job. Families sometimes create a trust advisory committee to guide professional trustees who don't know the beneficiary well, [...]

Trust Advisory Committees Can Guide Trustee Decisions2019-08-26T19:24:17+00:00

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