July 2019 Newsletter
Kaeble Law LLC
14142 Denver West Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80401
Summer is finally upon us. Time to sit back and relax and enjoy the beautiful summertime weather in Colorado. Should you find your family or friends considering making changes to their estate plan or the benefit of establishing a special needs trust for a loved one, Kaeble Law is your go-to law firm for everything related to special needs and estate planning. Please call our office at 303.877.8921, and we would be happy to schedule an appointment for you to discuss your estate and special needs planning in detail.
Following are several articles that I found of interest; I hope you do as well. Please feel free to share an article or two or the entire newsletter with family and friends.
How Gifts Can Affect Medicaid Eligibility
We’ve all heard that it’s better to give than to receive, but if you think you might someday want to apply for Medicaid long-term care benefits, you need to be careful because giving away money or property can interfere with your eligibility.
Medicare Launches App to Help Beneficiaries Find Out What's Covered
At the doctor's office and want to know if a procedure is covered by Medicare? There is now an app for that.
How to Plan Your Funeral
Thinking about your funeral may not be fun, but planning ahead is helpful. It both lets your family know your wishes and assists them during a stressful time.
A Final Retirement Account Distribution Must Still Be Made After Death
Federal law requires that after you reach age 70 1/2, you must begin withdrawing a minimum amount
from your retirement accounts. But what if you die after age 70 1/2 and before all the account funds have been distributed?
Social Security Disability Benefits: An Overview
Social Security offers two distinctly separate disability benefit programs with different purposes, eligibility requirements, and benefit levels.
ABLE Accounts Still Slow to Gain Traction
Only a small fraction of those eligible for new savings accounts for people with disabilities are using them, according to disability advocates.
Moving? Make Sure Your Special Needs Planning Moves With You
If you are thinking about moving to another state with your child, or if your child has grown up and is moving to another state, provisions in your child's special needs trust may no longer be applicable.
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