Monthly Archives: March 2016

Income Taxes and Special Needs


This installment of the Voice was written by Robert B. Fleming, CELA. Robert is a partner in Fleming & Curti, PLC, a Tucson law firm focusing on special needs planning, trust administration, guardianship/conservatorship and estate planning. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, and also of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He has been a member of the Special Needs Alliance since its founding, and was one of the original co-authors of the SNA's Handbook for Trustees, the free online guide to managing special needs trusts.

Income Taxes and Special Needs2020-07-16T09:19:55-04:00

Strategies for Funding a Special Needs Trust


By James McCarten, Esq. With all the daily responsibilities that parents juggle when one of their children has a disability (and, therefore, special needs), it's tough to find time to plan for the future. But that's what it takes when a loved one has a disability that may affect his/her ability to be self-supporting. It [...]

Strategies for Funding a Special Needs Trust2020-07-10T13:42:24-04:00

Choosing Summer Camp for Kids with Disabilities


By Mary Waltari, Esq. The summer camp experience can benefit a child with special needs and parents alike, but they're likely to feel anxious ahead of time. For kids, it's fear of the unfamiliar. For parents, it's worries about having someone who doesn't really know their child suddenly take charge. But if properly researched, spending [...]

Choosing Summer Camp for Kids with Disabilities2020-07-16T09:18:33-04:00