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Working with Personal Injury Attorneys and their Clients-The Integration of Special Needs Planning

Attorneys who prepare special needs trusts may be called in by personal injury attorneys to provide advice regarding the type of trust to use, allocation of a settlement, options for provision of support, the need for or eligibility for public benefits, management of liens and claims, investment models, and taxation. This presentation will provide an outline of the techniques crucial to providing this type of advice to these attorneys and the individuals and families that they represent, including an overview of Qualified Settlement Funds (QSF’s) and Medicare Set-Asides (MSA’s).

Originally presented as part of the 5th Annual Special Needs Institute
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9016-21E-07
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Kenneth M.  Bloom, Latimer LeVay Fyock, Chicago 

Expires 11/2023


Kenneth M.  Bloom, Latimer LeVay Fyock, Chicago 

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Program Date12/8/2021
Session from:5th Annual Special Needs Institute
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Program Date12/8/2021
Session from:5th Annual Special Needs Institute
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