You can qualify for Medicaid long-term care coverage and still set money aside to support your loved ones with disabilities.
If a family member passes away, leaving extensive medical bills, can we apply for Medicaid on behalf of [...]
In a decision that has dismayed disability rights advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court has determined that emotional distress is not sufficient to sue for discrimination under federal civil [...]
If you need a lot of cash on hand upon retirement, Social Security offers a lump-sum payment option that’s worth six months of benefits. However, it comes at a cost. It is important to [...]
The Texas primaries in March could be a preview of what to expect in other states that have adopted new laws restricting voting, according to advocates for people with special needs.
In recent months, phone lines at the Social Security Administration have been experiencing major technical problems, preventing some people from enrolling in Medicare in a timely manner.
There are government programs to help military veterans’ children with special needs — the trick is to find them.
Parents usually want to leave their children equal shares of their estate, but equal isn’t always fair. If you plan to provide more (or less) for one child in your estate plan, preparation is [...]
An intentionally defective grantor trust allows wealthy families to transfer assets from one generation to the next while achieving significant tax savings. IDGTs are especially useful if you [...]
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused nursing home staffing shortages across the United States, even forcing some nursing homes to close, but some states have been hit harder than others. A new [...]