Here are some of the questions you will need to consider in guiding your attorney to create a special needs trust.
If a person with special needs receives a large personal injury award, paying for health insurance could become an unaffordable expense unless precautions are taken. A special needs trust could be the answer.
For an individual who can make some decisions on his or her own, a full guardianship may not be appropriate.
Unique tax benefits are available to families with special needs individuals. Here's a partial rundown offered by a professor of accounting.
Administering the California Special Needs Trust is the closest thing to having a special needs planner on call, 24 hours a day, no matter what state you're in.
It can be very easy for untrustworthy people to steal from a trust designed to benefit a child with special needs, as a recent case from Rhode Island illustrates.
After years of behind-the-scenes advocacy by a Florida couple, Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL) recently introduced a bill that would provide a tax credit of up to $5,000 for people who incur legal expenses while pursing a guardianship of an adult