A qualified disability trust (QDT) can minimize unnecessary tax consequences.
Newly introduced legislation may soon alleviate a challenge families sometimes face when planning for a loved one living with [...]
Before Julie Beckett took action, many children with disabilities nationwide were required to live in institutional settings; receiving long-term treatment at home often meant losing their [...]
While there is no such thing as a "typical" divorce, a divorcing couple that has a child with special needs faces even more complicated issues than most, such as the impact of child support [...]
The federal government imposes big disability overpayment bills on recipients when it finds they’ve earned too much, prompting some to leave the workforce, according to a study.
One of the programs on the cutting edge of community mental health is called "supportive housing," and it incorporates not only housing but social services and medical care as well.