Parents of students with disabilities may be rethinking their child’s educational plan after a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on IDEA. In Endrew F., et al. v. Douglas County School District (No. 15-827), the Court ruled that students are entitled
La! How exciting to see a Louisiana case make the Special Needs Planning news. No new ground is broken here, however, as this case was over whether the beneficiary must abide by the arbitration agreement signed by his trustee when
One of the big decisions families face when establishing a special needs trust is who will act as trustee. The trustee not only decides how money in the trust can be used, he or she is also responsible for the
A federal district court grants a 22-year-old man’s motion for a temporary restraining order requiring the Georgia Department of Community Health to provide him with ongoing in-home nursing care after he aged out of a pediatric Medicaid program. Royal v.