Category Archives: Special Needs Planning

Palmer & Slay, PLLC discuss how to create a special needs trust for your loved ones.

Creating a Special Needs Trust for Your Disabled Loved One

What are the benefits of a special needs trust as opposed to a traditional trust? A special needs trust is a unique type of trust intended to benefit adults or children with a mental or physical disability.  For families with a disabled loved one, a special needs trust offers a means of setting funds aside […]

  • Posted on: Jul 25 2019
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Using Trusts To Preserve Access To Public Benefits

The idea of leaving behind a little something for our loved ones to remember us by is one of the things that makes the thinking-about-one’s-death part of estate planning tolerable. We all hope that the money or other assets we pass on will help our loved ones lead a better life. However, there are some […]

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2018
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What Happens if a Family Member Becomes Incapacitated?

by lawpromo | The Unpopular Topic of Discussion Every Family Needs to Have Just bringing up the possibility of someone in your family becoming mentally or physically incapacitated is often difficult. We tend to think of only the very elderly needing long-term, hands-on care, but a recent report by the Alzheimer’s Association found that one in nine […]

  • Posted on: Sep 5 2017
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