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North Carolina Special Needs Planning Update: Pending Autism Bill
Posted on: September 21st, 2015
North Carolina Senate Bill 676, which has passed the Senate and is currently in the House Rules Committee, sets forth changes to healthcare coverage for autistic patients. ...
4 Tax Considerations for Parents of Special Needs Children
Posted on: May 21st, 2014
Special needs children may require the expenditure of significant sums for day-to-day healthcare, home modifications, and education programs. Fortunately, however, these expenses typically offer some tax advantages....
3 Common Mistakes in Special Needs Trusts
Posted on: October 16th, 2013
As part of Special Needs Law Month, our attorneys in Chapel Hill reviewed past posts that outline special needs law information in North Carolina. We have also created a list of common mistakes that families make when establishing special needs trusts for the benefit of a disabled loved one. ...
Potential Changes for Special Needs Trusts
Posted on: July 29th, 2013
Special needs trusts are excellent tools that help protect an individual’s assets while preserving his or her eligibility for government benefits, such as Medicaid....
3 Reasons Why You Need IRA Beneficiary Trusts
Posted on: May 27th, 2013
Naming a trust as an IRA beneficiary has become a popular estate planning tool in recent years.* There are many advantages to using an IRA Trust: ...
Special Needs Planning: When Children Become Adults
Posted on: March 6th, 2013
Parents of special needs children need to carefully plan for their children’s future. Many families turn to special needs trusts to ensure their child will have access to finances after their deaths, without hindering the child’s ability to qualify for public benefits, such as Social Security and Medicaid. ...