For the one in five families who care for children with special needs, estate planning is crucial. Parents of a child with a disability face numerous challenges and concerns. One…

As special needs planning attorneys, we know that parents of adult children with disabilities know that their child’s disability needs may change over the course of their lifetime.Planning for the…

According to a survey by MetLife, most families of children with disabilities are very concerned about being able to provide lifetime support for their loved ones with special needs. As…

Many of our law firm’s clients have asked: “Will SSDI increase in 2024?” The announcement about the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) increase for 2024 is now out, and it’s good news…

Many people dream of being able to enjoy traveling and are drawn to the lure of owning a recreational vehicle (RV). However, they may not realize that owning an RV…

The Compassionate Allowances program helps the Social Security Administration (SSA) identify people living with rare and serious medical conditions that render patients disabled. This is particularly important to people who…

Clients often ask our attorneys, ‘What is a trustee fee?’ Family trustee compensation refers to the remuneration trustees earn for overseeing and administering trusts on behalf of beneficiaries. Trustee fees…

For many people with disabilities, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Texas SNAP benefits) – aka disability food stamps – is an invaluable lifeline. Nearly 14 million people with disabilities receive…

If you are in the hospital, you may want your loved ones to be able to access information about your prognosis. However, if you have not authorized them to receive…

Do you have questions about probate and estate planning? When people pass away, they leave behind assets, property, and possessions that can have sentimental and real value for surviving family…

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