Special Needs Estate Planning

If a special needs child receives assets from other friends or family members or if parents intend to gift to the child during their lifetimes, then the parents should create a stand alone inter vivos trust that can be the recipient of all of these assets, instead of relying on a trust created in a will.

Individuals with Special Needs Can Now Create First Party Trusts

New Jersey Special Needs Law December 22, 2016

IRS Eases Administrative Oversight of ABLE Accounts

New Jersey Law for Special Needs Children December 3rd, 2015

The ABLE Act

New Jersey Law for Special Needs Children July 14, 2015


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