March 2016

Creating a Special Needs Trust for Your Minor Child 

Many families with special needs children don't think about creating a special needs trust fund for their child until the child reaches legal adulthood (usually 18 years old; 19 in Alabama). What many people don't realize is that special needs trusts are amazingly flexible tools that function as much more than just a protection over government benefits. Learn more with Alabama Family Trust. 

The Financial Truth About Nursing Homes 

For your loved ones who cannot properly care for themselves alone, a nursing home can be a safe, comfortable place for them to live. But how much do you now about nursing homes, and how can you plan for the possibility of using one? Learn more
Providing for Adult Children with Disabilities 

Thanks to incredible advances in medicine and technology, children with many types of developmental disabilities can expect to live a long, full life. But this improved life expectancy comes with a new set of questions, concerns, and considerations for parents. Read more.   

Common Special Needs Trust Mistakes 

Setting up a special needs trust is important, whether it's for a child, a disabled adult, or an elderly parent. But how do you know if you've done it right? Many people worry that a mistake in their trust fund won't be discovered until after their death, at which point the trust becomes "live" for the beneficiary. Fortunately, there are ways to ensure that your trust will function as you want it to for the beneficiary. Learn more.  

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