Special Needs Trusts

Our attorneys regularly assist in the establishment of Special Needs Trusts to protect assets while enabling disabled individuals to enjoy an enhanced quality of life and receive appropriate public benefits.  These kinds of trusts allow disabled beneficiaries to receive gifts, lawsuit settlements, or other funds without losing eligibility for certain government programs since the funds will not be considered to belong to the beneficiary in determining eligibility for public benefits.

We also have experience establishing “self-settled” trusts on behalf of individuals disabled in an accident or medical malpractice in order to properly safeguard proceeds of a personal injury award or settlement.

 
Richard F. Roy, Jr. to Present on Real Estate Closings in a Pandemic

Richard F. Roy, Jr. will be participating on the Real Estate Speakers panel during the upcoming July 8, 2020, Camden County Bar Association webinar entitled "Real Estate and Probate Issues In a Pandemic; Closings, Will Signings and Estate Administration".

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Anne R. Myers to Present on Advanced Employment Law

Anne R. Myers will be part of the distinguished faculty presenting at National Business Institute’s seminar, Advanced Employment Law: What you Need to Know, December 1-3, 2019.

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