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…

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…

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…

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) may be able to secure public benefits, however, to ensure comprehensive financial planning, special needs planning in Plano becomes crucial. In 2022, the cost…

Special needs planning helps to protect and manage assets in a way that preserves eligibility for public benefits while enhancing the quality of life for individuals.Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)…

A special needs trust in Allen allows you to meet your needs while receiving government benefits, such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). When you have a special needs…

A ward of the state is a person under the government’s protection. This is an important concept when it comes to special needs planning in Allen. Children and adults with…

Many parents and families planning for the care of their loved one with special needs will consider setting up a special needs trust. (When it comes to special needs planning…

Special needs planning in Frisco for your loved ones can be difficult to navigate. In January 2023, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced it would award…

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