Monthly Archives: October 2018

Sometimes Less is More – Alternatives to Plenary Guardianship

2019-08-26T19:13:46+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Special Needs Alliance member Timothy J. Rigby, who practices with Hart, Southworth & Witsman in Springfield, Illinois. The firm’s focus is estate planning and transactional matters, and Tim concentrates his practice in the areas of estate planning and special needs planning.

Sometimes Less is More – Alternatives to Plenary Guardianship2019-08-26T19:13:46+00:00

Preparing for Dementia

2019-08-27T20:21:40+00:00

By Sally L. Schoffstall, CELA Dementia is on the rise with the aging of baby boomers. Nearly six million individuals in the U.S. have Alzheimer’s, while others deal with cognitive decline related to Parkinson’s disease, stroke, Downs Syndrome or other medical conditions. The changes are often wrenching, as parents become vulnerable and adult children grieve [...]

Preparing for Dementia2019-08-27T20:21:40+00:00

Roundup: Decisions for Minors/Aid & Attendance/SNT Cost-Benefit

2018-10-08T02:44:40+00:00

SNA attorneys have ongoing involvement with the wide-ranging issues faced by individuals with disabilities, their families and the professionals who serve them. Below is a sampling from member blogs and newsletters… Who Can Make Decisions for a Minor Child with Special Needs? In these days of blended families, who can represent the interests of a [...]

Roundup: Decisions for Minors/Aid & Attendance/SNT Cost-Benefit2018-10-08T02:44:40+00:00

Recommended Books for the Special Needs Community, Second Installment

2019-08-26T19:14:22+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Special Needs Alliance member Laurie Hanson, a shareholder in the Minneapolis, Minnesota elder law firm of Long, Reher, Hanson, & Price, P.A. The firm’s focus is to provide individuals who are aging or living with disabilities positive strategies to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. Laurie concentrates her practice exclusively in the areas of government benefit eligibility, special needs trusts, trust and public benefit litigation, estate planning and planning for incapacity. She is a past president of the Elder Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association, a member of the SNA board of directors, and is repeatedly named a super lawyer in the field of elder law by her peers.

Recommended Books for the Special Needs Community, Second Installment2019-08-26T19:14:22+00:00

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