When victims receive awards in personal injury lawsuits, obtaining the award is only half the battle. Of equal, or greater, importance is constructing the settlement structure in a way [...]
The choice of beneficiary for IRA, SEP or 401(k) or other retirement plans can have significant tax implications. Here are some of the rules and concerns when designating [...]
Visitors to Special Needs Answers can now use a directory of state ABLE account programs.
The U.S. Department of Education (DOE) is proposing a two-year delay in Obama-era regulations aimed at reducing racial disparities in special education. Disability rights advocates are [...]
The federal government is issuing new Medicare cards to all Medicare beneficiaries. To prevent fraud and fight identity theft
In response to what they claim are growing complaints, two of the nation’s largest airlines have announced new rules for passengers traveling with service and emotional [...]
Medicaid law imposes a penalty period if you transferred assets within five years of applying, but what if the transfers had nothing to do with Medicaid? It is difficult to do, but if you can [...]
A new federal law is designed to address the growing problem of elder abuse. The law supports efforts to better understand, prevent, and combat both financial and physical elder abuse.
New report highlights the severe burdens faced by SSI recipients in trying to obtain affordable housing
Florida ElderLawAnswers member attorney Howard S. Krooks was at work on February 14 when he received a text from his son, Noah, a ninth-grader at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.