Chicago, IL – March, 2014 – The March/April 2014 issue of GPSolo magazine features an important article written by Peck Ritchey, LLC associate Ronald Webb on special needs trust planning. Webb’s article breaks down three types of trusts as well as explains how they protect clients or their beneficiaries.
“Special needs trust planning is an important method to protect your client’s eligibility for current or future public benefits, as well as access additional funds to pay for expenses that are not covered,” said Ronald Webb.
Webb’s practice areas focus on estate planning and administration, wills, trusts, probate, asset protection, special needs planning, real estate, general corporate, and business transactional matters including partnerships and limited liability companies.
GPSolo magazine is published six times a year by the ABA Solo, Small Firm, and General Practice Division. Each issue contains articles exploring a particular topic of interest to solo practitioners, small firms, and general practitioners, as well as articles related to technology and practice management.
“Discussing special needs trust planning with your clients will not only add value to the legal services you are providing but will also serve to protect many beneficiaries from losing valuable benefits,” added Webb.