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Should a Special Needs Trust Pay for Medical Marijuana?

2019-10-01T16:22:16+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Special Needs Alliance member Kyle Ashley Moore, who practices with the law firm of Weems, Schimpf, Haines, Shemwell & Moore, in Shreveport, Louisiana. He focuses on special needs planning, elder law and estate planning.

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Should a Special Needs Trust Pay for Medical Marijuana?2019-10-01T16:22:16+00:00

Financial Abuse of Individuals with Disabilities

2019-07-05T13:21:29+00:00

This installment of The Voice was written by Special Needs Alliance member Elizabeth L. Gray, CELA, a principal with the firm of McCandlish Lillard, with offices in Fairfax and Leesburg, Virginia. She has practiced special needs and elder law for over 20 years and has been listed in Best Lawyers of America annually since 2012. She also sits on the board of directors of Brain Injury Services.

Financial Abuse of Individuals with Disabilities2019-07-05T13:21:29+00:00

Tax Law Changes for Those with Disabilities

2019-07-30T12:06:44+00:00

This edition of the Voice was written by SNA member, Robert B. Fleming. Robert is a partner in the Tucson, Arizona law firm of Fleming & Curti, PLC. He is a long-time member of the Special Needs Alliance and frequently speaks on special needs issues to lawyers and family members all over the country. You can subscribe to his newsletter and podcast at www.elder-law.com.

Tax Law Changes for Those with Disabilities2019-07-30T12:06:44+00:00

Selecting a Trustee – Some Things to Consider

2019-07-01T12:09:16+00:00

Parents and grandparents often have a pretty good sense of when they may want to create a special needs trust ("SNT") for their child or grandchild with atypical needs. They also understand, perhaps after discussion, when their family's circumstances warrant a need for money management, or if an inheritance will jeopardize essential means-tested government benefits, like SSI or Medicaid. In meeting with a special needs attorney, Clark and Cathy explained that Sara, their daughter with developmental delays, would be unable to manage her own inheritance. The question they had not fully considered was, "Who should hold that job after they are gone?"

Selecting a Trustee – Some Things to Consider2019-07-01T12:09:16+00:00

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