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Child Support for an Adult Child with Disabilities

2019-09-30T16:20:11+00:00

The Voice is the email newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Special Needs Alliance member Craig C. Reaves of Reaves Law Firm, PC. in Kansas City, Missouri. Holding the CELA (Certified Elder Law Attorney) designation from the National Elder Law Foundation, he is a Past President and Fellow of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and a Fellow of the American College of Trust & Estate Counsel (ACTEC). He is listed in Best Lawyers in America and has been designated as a Missouri Super Lawyer. Mr. Reaves is an adjunct professor of elder law at the law schools of the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He practices law in Kansas and Missouri with major emphasis in the areas of estate planning, elder law, special needs trusts, and planning for persons who have a disability.

Child Support for an Adult Child with Disabilities2019-09-30T16:20:11+00:00

Naming a Special Needs Trust as Beneficiary of your IRA or Retirement Plan

2019-09-30T16:21:46+00:00

This issue of the Voice was written by Special Needs Alliance member Lisa Nachmias Davis, a partner in the New Haven, Connecticut law firm of Davis O'Sullivan & Priest, LLC. Ms. Davis helps clients with estate planning, setting up or administering special needs trusts, qualifying for public benefits, and probate and estate settlement; she also represents charities and other nonprofit organizations. Her website is www.sharinglaw.net.

Naming a Special Needs Trust as Beneficiary of your IRA or Retirement Plan2019-09-30T16:21:46+00:00

Considerations when Initiating or Settling a Personal Injury Action

2014-07-30T16:21:00+00:00

This issue of The Voice is written by Ken Shulman who is a partner in the Boston, Massachusetts, office of Day Pitney LLP. Ken focuses his practice on estate planning and related issues for families who have children with disabilities and on elder law. He has served as a board member for several human service agencies including the Greater Boston ARC and presently serves as a board member for the Asperger's Association of New England. He also serves on the Combined Jewish Philanthropies Committee on Disabilities and previously served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is a co-author of Managing a Special Needs Trust, People with Disabilities Press (2012). Ken often serves as a trustee of special needs trusts at his clients' request.

Considerations when Initiating or Settling a Personal Injury Action2014-07-30T16:21:00+00:00

Tax Tips for Parents of a Child with Special Needs

2019-09-30T16:25:00+00:00

This issue of the Voice was written by Robert B. Fleming, a founding member of the Special Needs Alliance and a partner in the Tucson, Arizona, law firm of Fleming & Curti, PLC. Mr. Fleming represents family members who are guardians, conservators or trustees; he also frequently acts as trustee of special needs trusts. He travels and speaks extensively on taxation and trust administration issues. His website is at www.FlemingAndCurti.com.

Tax Tips for Parents of a Child with Special Needs2019-09-30T16:25:00+00:00

Filing a Tax Return for a Special Needs Trust: What a Trustee Needs to Know at Tax Time

2019-07-02T11:52:21+00:00

This installment of the Voice was written by Special Needs Alliance member Tara Anne Pleat. Tara is a founding partner of the law firm of Wilcenski & Pleat PLLC (www.wplawny.com) in Clifton Park, New York. She practices in the areas of special needs planning, elder law, and trust and estate planning and administration. Tara writes and lectures frequently on issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.

Filing a Tax Return for a Special Needs Trust: What a Trustee Needs to Know at Tax Time2019-07-02T11:52:21+00:00

Special Needs Trusts And Home Ownership: A Trustee’s Concerns

2019-07-10T12:35:52+00:00

This installment of the Voice was written by Special Needs Alliance member Evan J. Krame who focuses his practice on estate planning, probate, special needs planning and elder law. Evan is a past president of Shared Horizons, operating a pooled trust serving the Mid-Atlantic region. Evan also served as co-chair of the Estates, Trusts and Probate Section of the DC Bar. He has been honored as a Top Attorney and Best Lawyer in Washington and Maryland. Evan is a candidate for rabbinic ordination, seeking to blend his work in the law with pastoral care and spiritual direction skills. You may visit his website at Law Offices of Evan J. Krame.

Special Needs Trusts And Home Ownership: A Trustee’s Concerns2019-07-10T12:35:52+00:00

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