Review the effect a Conservatorship can have on a person with disabilities on public assistance benefits. Examine the difference between a Self-Settled (First Party) Special Needs Trust and a Third Party Special Needs Trust, as well as their requirements. Compare the duties of the Special Needs Trust trustee and review Pooled Trusts and when they are used.
The impact of a Conservatorship on government benefits
How a Special Needs Trust can help pursue benefits
How the Special Needs Trust is established and the types
Speaker: Christine A. Alsop, Elder & Disability Advocacy Firm, St. Louis
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