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— Oct 15, 2012

TEN TIPS FOR PARENTS in VIRGINIA WHEN YOUR DISABLED CHILD TURNS 18

1. Have your child sign an Advance Health Care Directive, naming you as the Representative for Health Care Decisions. Most hospitals have a blank form. 2. Apply to be your child’s Authorized Representative for the school and for the local Community…

— Jul 5, 2012

AN OVERVIEW OF THE ESTATE ADMINISTRATION PROCESS

The administration of a decedent estate begins with finding and reading the will. The will usually names an Executor or Executrix. The job of that person is to gather the assets of the decedent, safeguard those assets, place cash and any bank accounts…

— Jul 5, 2012

RESOLVING CONFLICT SOLVING PROBLEMS Part One

Conflict is inherent in human life. It is part of our gift of independent thinking. Conflict can be positive, when properly handled. But poorly handled conflict is disruptive at best and destructive at worst.

— Jul 5, 2012

BECOMING YOUR CHILD’S GUARDIAN A Very Personal Decision

An eighteenth birthday is a special event for everyone. It marks the advent of “adulthood,” with all the attendant rights and responsibilities. But for the parent of an intellectually disabled son or daughter, it is a busy and perplexing time. It…

— Jul 3, 2012

AN OVERVIEW OF SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS

A “special needs trust” is a trust meant to provide for the non-support needs of individuals who are receiving SSI and Medicaid. A trust is an arrangement where a “donor” (also called a “grantor” or “settlor) places funds or assets of various kinds…

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