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Who is the Perfect Fiduciary?

Thursday, 23 February 2017 13:22

 

BestA fiduciary is a broad legal term. Essentially, a fiduciary is a person who is invested with rights and powers to be exercised for the benefit of another person.[1] A fiduciary in the context of this article is an administrator of an estate, a trustee of a trust, a court appointed guardian, or an agent of a power of attorney. Some people are able to easily name a fiduciary, often selecting their spouse or only child. However, other people struggle when there are not enough or too many options from which to choose.

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Embracing Death

Thursday, 16 February 2017 10:27

CandleIf you are like me, you may not like thinking or even talking about dying, especially if it’s about you or a loved one. I frequently see the same discomfort in my clients’ faces when we discuss the subject. Discomfort and denial help many of us avoid the topic. Yet death can’t be avoided – at least not yet…

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Supreme Court Considers Important Special Education Issue

Friday, 13 January 2017 09:40

scotus-seal 10830258The United States Supreme Court is trying to determine exactly what level of benefit a public school is required to provide to its students with disabilities in order to comply with the Federal IDEA. Does a school have to show that each student is making “substantial progress?” Or “meaningful progress?”

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What's Happening to Services in the DD System?

Friday, 09 December 2016 10:57

Couple 2016The past three years have seen developments which are leading to sweeping, radical changes to the system of services for persons with developmental disabilities (DD). Many families have become confused and anxious about these changes. While we cannot remove anxiety about how the system will evolve over the next few years, we can offer some clarity about why the changes are happening.

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