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Courts and SNTs: When One is Necessary for the Other

Recorded: March 27, 2018
Duration: 47 minutes
By Howard Krooks, Esq., CELA, CAP, ElderCounsel Principal

There are numerous areas within special needs planning when going to court is a necessary means to an end. This session will cover the rules around establishing a self-settled special needs trust with court approval, termination of a self-settled special needs trust, when (and how) a court can get involved in the establishment of a Qualified Income Trust, and termination of a special needs trust due to improper drafting.

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