Category Archives: Special needs

Gave presentation regarding special needs trusts and planning at Capital Area Center for Independent Living

Today I gave a presentation at Capital Area Center for Independent Living (CACIL) regarding the uses of special needs trusts and Medicaid planning, guardianships and conservatorships, and helping individuals with special needs to live in the least restrictive setting possible. Learn more about CACIL here.

Attended the 2-day 52nd Annual Probate and Estate Planning Seminar

Day 1 (Friday, June 15, 2012) 1.  Probate and Trust Law Update 2.  Cutting through the Klooster Clutter:  Joint Property and Uncapping 3.  Estate Planning and Investments 4.  Landscape in Lansing and Recent Legislation and Probate and Estate Planners 5.  Michigan Trust Code Update 6.  Fixing Broken Trusts:  Reformation, Construction, Amendments, and Decanting 7.  Medicaid…

Attended seminar: “Nuts and Bolts of Special Needs Trusts”

Today I attended a seminar regarding special needs trusts for individuals with disabilities.

Attended seminar: Special Needs Trusts

Today I attended a seminar regarding trusts, specifically, using special needs trust for an individual with a disability.

Elderlaw & Disability Conference

On friday march 4 I attended the ninth annual elder law & disability conference. Lots of good info on medicaid, healthcare, and other important topics.

Elderlaw & disability conference

Am attending the State Bar of Michigan’s Elder Law & Disability conference at Crystal Mountain, Michigan today through Friday.

Texas Advocates Rally Against Cuts to Community-based Services

Independent living for the elderly and individuals with special needs has been shown to save money and frees these folks from the confines of institutions. But because of budget shortfalls, Texas is looking to slash their community based programs. “Proposed cuts in community-based care for the elderly, the disabled and the mentally ill would increase…

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