Special Needs Planning

It is imperative to gain knowledge and access to the necessary information regarding planning for your loved one with special needs. The absence of a plan for the future can have a catastrophic effect on his or her financial and medical needs, as well as overall quality of life.

A few important questions to consider:

  • Who will care for your loved one, in the event you are unable?
  • Is your loved one’s financial future secure, if you were to pass away?
  • Would the financial arrangements you currently have in place, threaten your loved one’s eligibility or continued eligibility for government benefits?
  • Where will your loved one live?
  • Does the caretaker you have appointed have immediate access to your loved one’s medical history, diet, allergies, likes, dislikes, routine etc.?

Taking the time to speak with a qualified attorney regarding each of these important planning choices will allow you to determine your loved one’s quality of life—rather than the State of Arizona.

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The must-see panel of Intersolar North America (if you could only see one) discussed the most pressing issue in distributed solar today: What’s happening with net metering – and where does the industry go from here?
By Frank Andorka and Christian Roselund | PV Magazine At 9 am on Tuesday morning, one of the most important issues in the industry was being debated in a conference room as part of the Intersolar North America trade show: net metering. Across the nation, net metering policies are changing. The largest solar market, California, has moved to a successor policy, while other states including Hawaii and Indiana have shut the policy down entirely. READ ON:

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