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Individuals with Special Needs Can Now Create First Party Trusts

President Obama just signed a new law that allows First Party Special Needs Trusts to be established by mentally competent individuals for their own benefit. This is a major “fix” to the current law which only allows First...more

IRS Eases Administrative Oversight of Able Accounts

As discussed in earlier blog posts, the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was signed into law in December 2014. Under the ABLE Act, a so-called ABLE account can be established for a disabled individual. The...more

12/4/2015  /  ABLE Act , Disabled , IRS , Proposed Regulation

Bergen County’s United Way is Accepting Applications for its Very Special Homes© Community in Tenafly, New Jersey

We are pleased to share this memo from Bergen County’s United Way who is now accepting applications for its Very Special Homes© community in Tenafly....more

The ABLE Act

Although the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (or ABLE Act) was signed into law on December 19, 2014, many states have been waiting to offer ABLE accounts authorized by the Act until the IRS published regulations. The...more

School Segregation of Special Needs Students

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”) requires public schools to develop an Individualized Education Program for every student with a disability who is found to meet the federal and state requirements for...more

New Jersey Supreme Court Rules on Special Needs Trusts and Child Support Payments

In New Jersey, child support payments are considered an asset of the child, despite the fact that such payments are typically paid directly to the custodial parent....more

Estate Administration In A Paperless World

While our current digital, paperless world has made life more efficient for most, when someone dies, it can be difficult for the survivors to obtain the keys to unlock all of the digital information that is left behind. As a...more

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