Moving a parent from home into a facility is a sensitive issue, beginning with a very open family “talk”.
Month: March 2022
With increased estimates of life expectancy, estate planning becomes a whole new ballgame….
The difference between Special Needs Trusts and INvestABBLE accounts has to do with spending. With trusts, the trustee is the one who pays for goods and services for the special needs individual. ABLE accounts, in contrast, allow the special needs person to access the funds as needed.
Successful transfer of business interests requires very careful planning. Simply leaving a business in equal shares to all children can be a recipe for disaster. Estate planning is for everyone, but particularly for business owners!
Even with the waning of the pandemic, there has been a surge of clients feeling the need to review and update their estate planning documents. With children now grown and retirement ahead, new planning and insurance arrangements need to be made.
If you’re one of many people in Indiana and throughout the country who have a loved one with special needs, you understand how challenging certain issues involving health care and expenses can be. You might also worry that something could happen to you where you would...