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When a Family Member Serves as Trustee – “Fair and Honest Is Not Enough”

2019-07-01T17:30:03+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment's author is Edward V. Wilcenski, a founding partner of the law firm of Wilcenski & Pleat PLLC in Clifton Park, New York. He practices in the areas of special needs planning, elder law, and trust and estate planning and administration. A member and past president of the Special Needs Alliance, Ed writes and lectures frequently on issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.

When a Family Member Serves as Trustee – “Fair and Honest Is Not Enough”2019-07-01T17:30:03+00:00

Better Advocacy Through Acronyms

2019-07-01T18:02:50+00:00

The Voice is the email newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Special Needs Alliance member Jim Caffry, a sole practitioner in Waterbury, Vermont. Jim's practice is concentrated in special needs planning and advocacy. One of Jim's three children, his eleven year old son, has autism and other special needs. Jim is a current member of the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council, and a past member of the Vermont Autism Task Force and the Vermont Act 135 Autism Planning Committee. You can learn more about Jim, his firm and his practice at www.caffrylaw.com.

Better Advocacy Through Acronyms2019-07-01T18:02:50+00:00

Crummey Doesn’t Mean Lousy

2019-08-28T17:35:58+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Amos Goodall of the State College, Pennsylvania law firm Goodall & Yurchak, P.C. His practice emphasizes estate planning and implementation for elders, persons with special needs and their families. A member of the Special Needs Alliance and of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Amos is also a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

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Crummey Doesn’t Mean Lousy2019-08-28T17:35:58+00:00

Remembering Harriet McBryde Johnson

2019-08-29T12:56:21+00:00

You are reading The Voice, the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. Rather than our usual newsletter format (including tips, answers to reader's questions and explanations for special needs practitioners and families), this issue is a short memorial from the President of the Alliance to recognize the passing of a singular individual who advocated for all persons with disabilities. In fact, as President Andrew Hook notes, her advocacy transcended barriers originating from "disability" labels.

Remembering Harriet McBryde Johnson2019-08-29T12:56:21+00:00

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