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November 25, 2009


Randall Ryder

Great post - very important information for people setting trusts for people with special needs.

Kristina Vickstrom, Esq.

Good info. Unfortunately many trustees don't know how to properly do their jobs. I wish more attorneys would include trustee instructions as part of the supplemental needs trust/special needs trust process, rather than ending representation at the drafting.

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I wish more attorneys would include trustee instructions as part of the supplemental needs trust/special needs trust process, rather than ending representation at the drafting.

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Matthew Karr

Thanks for the info--it is indeed a very fine line that trustees must balance in helping spacial needs clients. Glad to see you are helping to keep them educated in CT.

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Thanks for posting this. This information is definitely going to help a lot of people. I've bookmarked the blog to read more later on.

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While some parents choose children or other relatives as trustee, in our view, this is a mistake. We believe that an independent corporate trustee with experience in this area should be appointed. However, family members are often named as “special trustees” to act as a liaison between the disabled individual and the trustee.

George Garcia

I would agree that if someone with special needs is a beneficiary of a special needs trust and is also receiving SSI benefits then the Trustee of the trust must be very careful to not make any distributions that would jeopardize SSI eligibility.

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