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Stay up-to-date on current special needs developments and legislation.
Browse our listings of pooled trusts around the nation.
If you don't know one trustee who knows all there is to know about caring for a person with special needs, you may want to consider setting up a care committee for your special needs trust.
There are so many programs and services available for people with disabilities that it can make your head spin. Fortunately, the federal government has created a Web site that collects information about a wide variety of state and federal resources in one place.
Among the many challenges facing parents of children with special needs is planning for the time when the parents will no longer be around to act as the primary caregivers. Advance planning by parents can make all the difference in the life of the child with special needs, as well as for siblings who may be left with caretaking responsibilities.
This site explains general legal strategies for protecting children with special needs and links families with members of the Academy of Special Needs Planners, qualified attorneys who can address their legal concerns and help them put effective plans in place.
Heartfelt stories from those who live with the challenges and joy of people with special needs.
Brian is a California attorney whose practice focuses on estate planning, probate, wealth protection, special needs planning, and small business issue..
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