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…

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 group home is a living accommodation option for people with disabilities, and special needs planning in Plano can ensure that individuals who choose this option have the necessary financial…

Although cryptocurrency may be one of the latest investment strategies with great potential, for some individuals and their loved ones, investing in cryptocurrency has not gone as planned. The following…

An important part of special needs planning is protecting your loved one from financial abuse. A True Link card is a tool you may not have considered before, but it…

Special needs planning is more important than ever. Despite support from both sides of the aisle and appeals from disability advocates across the country, proposed legislation intended to offer greater…

A sole benefit trust is a helpful estate planning tool if your family has cross-generational support needs. Read on to find out more about a sole benefit trust and its…

There are various benefits to creating a testamentary trust. This article discusses the benefits of adding one to your estate plan. What Is a Testamentary Trust? A testamentary trust allows…

Question: Should a special needs trust (SNT) trustee be paid, and, if so, how much? Answer: It depends.  The demands on a trustee can vary widely, depending on the size and complexity…

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