Monthly Archives: January 2017

A Place Of Her Own (Part II)


The 2014 CMS Home and Community-Based Settings Rule By James M. McCarten, Esq. This is the second in a series of three articles exploring the challenges, options and effects of new regulations on community-based living for individuals with disabilities. The author is both a special needs attorney and father to Kathryn, who has autism. The [...]

A Place Of Her Own (Part II)2019-08-26T19:20:13+00:00

Retirement Funds and SNTs


Watch Out for the Details By Andrew H. Hook, CELA Retirement accounts are often among a family’s largest assets, so you may have thought about leaving a portion to your son or daughter with disabilities. But if they will ever need means-tested benefits, your good intentions could disqualify them for important programs such as Medicaid [...]

Retirement Funds and SNTs2019-08-26T19:20:17+00:00