Martin Hagan, a Partner in Meyer, Unkovic & Scott’s Private Clients Group, has written a series of articles for Kiplinger on the topic of estate planning for parents or grandparents who have a family member with a substance use disorder. Each article provides an in-depth look at a specific aspect of a substance abuse trust that is designed to provide for the special needs of a beneficiary who is in recovery.
The articles are available on Kiplinger’s web site and can be viewed by clicking on the titles listed below:
- Designing Trusts for Beneficiaries with Substance Abuse Problems
- Careful: These 2 Words in a Trust Document Could Cut Off Access to Public Benefits
- Selecting the Right Trustee and Protector for a Substance Abuse Trust
For more information about the topics covered in the above articles, or other trusts and estates matters, please contact Martin Hagan or any other Meyer, Unkovic & Scott Private Clients attorney with whom you have worked. Contact information is listed below.