The recent laws and growing use of ABLE accounts continue to change financial planning for disabled clients. Do you know how to treat IRA-funded SNTs? Can you determine how ABLE accounts stack up against SNTs and when to use them? Do you have the latest information on benefits eligibility and how it interplays with financial planning for disability? This timely legal course will give you the skills and knowledge to pick the right tool for your clients and execute it impeccably. Register today!
Get an incisive update on the recent and upcoming laws and rules governing disability planning.
Plan ahead, know what counts as a qualified expense in ABLE vs. SNT accounts.
Get answers to questions regarding Medicaid eligibility and estate recovery rights.
The SECURE Act and Its Effects on SNTs
Other Special Needs Trusts Updates
ABLE Act Special Needs Savings Accounts in a Nutshell
Special Needs Trusts (SNTs) Construction
Preserving Benefits Eligibility and Accounting for Medicaid Estate Recovery Rights
Continuing Legal Education MS CLE
- 3.00Approval Exp. 3/4/2023
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Michael J Keenan is a sole practitioner with Keenan Law, LLC, located in South Glastonbury, Connecticut. Mr. Keenan's law practice focuses on estate planning. He also practices in the areas of probate law and elder law. Mr. Keenan is the former executive managing editor of the Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal. He writes and speaks frequently for local and national audiences on his areas of practice. Mr. Keenan is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Connecticut Bar Association. Mr. Keenan currently serves as the Family & Community Engagement Officer of the Connecticut River Valley Chamber of Commerce, and he is the past chairman of the Board of Directors of the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce. He earned his B.A. degree from Binghamton University and his J.D. degree from the Quinnipiac University School of Law.
Jennifer M McInerney is an attorney with Carney Dye, LLC, where her practice is focused in estate planning, primarily for families with special needs children. She is licensed to practice in Alabama and Mississippi. Ms. McInerney is the founding member and co-president of the Board of Directors of Special Siblings, which provides support for children with special needs siblings. She currently serves as the president of the Board of Directors of Susan G. Komen North-Central Alabama. Ms. McInerney is a member of the Board of Directors for the Jefferson County Intellectual and Developmental Disability Authority. She earned her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, as well as her M.A. degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Ms. McInerney earned her J.D. degree from Indiana University School of Law and is currently working on her LL.M. degree in taxation from Washington University in St. Louis.
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