When you are looking into setting up a special needs trust, there are a few important questions you need to ask, especially when it comes to picking a trustee.
An overlooked portion of recent Medicare legislation promises Medicare recipients greater access to mental health benefits.
A recent New York case highlights the importance of planning in advance for a child with special needs, as well as of choosing the proper advocate for your child.
Special needs trusts (SNTs) can play an important role in helping families plan for children with special needs. Here are some of the most compelling reasons to speak with your attorney about establishing an SNT.
Members of the extended family and friends can also make gifts to a special needs trust once it has been set up.
Beneficiaries of a special needs trust can still qualify for federal housing assistance programs like Section 8, but careful planning is required to avoid having benefits reduced or eliminated.