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Can a Supplemental Needs Trust pay for restaurant meals?

It cannot if you're at home; it can if you're on vacation

George H. Gray 0 118 Article rating: No rating
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The answer to the question is: “It Depends.”  The SNT should not pay for a restaurant meal while the beneficiary is at home; but, it can pay for restaurant meals while the beneficiary is on vacation!  

Understanding Divorce & Separation: No-Fault Divorce in New York

Roberta Feldman explains the basics of divorce in NY and the options for resolving issues

Sue Mayo Smith 0 158 Article rating: No rating
My name is Roberta Feldman. I am an attorney with Gray & Feldman. I have been practicing law for over 30 years concentrating in family law. Today I am going to talk to you about no-fault divorce.

Why Millennials Need a Will

You are not too young to have a Last Will & Testament

George H. Gray 0 125 Article rating: No rating

Why_Millennials_need_a_WillMany millennials believe that because they have a young family and have not accumulated a significant Estate they do not need a Will.  If you imagine the unthinkable and one parent dies, what becomes of his or herstuff

Why Do I Need To Appoint a Trustee As Part of My Estate Plan?

Trusts are a more often used Estate Planning strategy than conventional wisdom would predict

George H. Gray 0 168 Article rating: No rating
Why_I_need_a_TrusteeTrusts are more commonly used in the Estate Plan of a middle-class New Yorker than conventional wisdom would predict.  For instance, a trust for the benefit of minor children is always a good idea when planning for their lives after the death of both parents.  Parents and grandparents of a child with special needs will find the many advantages of a supplemental needs trust worth exploring. Elderly couples may find an irrevocable income only trust a useful tool in their Medicaid Planning.
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