Senators Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) recently introduced legislation that would fund pilot programs for treating mental illness, encourage collaboration between federal [...]
A recent court decision in Minnesota serves as a cautionary reminder to anyone thinking of changing their estate plan on their own.
Federal Website Expands Disability Information As FCC Makes Things Easier for People with Hearing Impairments
At the same time that Disability.gov is becoming more accessible, the Federal Communications Commission is making communicating with the federal government easier for people who use American [...]
Some parents, fearful of how a large inheritance will affect their heirs, set up what are known as “incentive trusts” that ensure that the trust funds support positive [...]
Special Needs Answers member attorney Kimberly Harris has won the State Bar of Georgia’s annual fiction writing contest.
ElderLawAnswers member attorney Kimberly Harris has won the State Bar of Georgia’s annual fiction writing contest.
We've all been warned about protecting ourselves from identity theft, but one group of victims can't take action to protect themselves—the dead. Fortunately, there are [...]
President Obama has signed a new law intended to prevent Medicare beneficiaries from spending days in a hospital only to find that they hadn’t been admitted to the hospital at all [...]
Who Will Inherit Whitney Houston's Fortune Following Bobbi Kristina's Death — and What Are the Lessons?
Now that the late Whitney Houston's only child, Bobbi Kristina, has herself died, what will happen to the estimated $20 million estate she was to inherit?