Estate Planning

Parenting Your Parents

Parenting your parents means getting involved with their long-term care plans, if any, their finances and estate plans.

Special Needs Trusts and Medicaid Eligibility

Can you Explain Special Needs Trusts and Medicaid Eligibility? No Problem! Even if you have used a special needs trust and Medicaid application yourself, it’s still difficult to explain it to someone else.  Alabama Family Trust can handle this situation. Just break out the popcorn and join your friend to: Watch this video  Of course,…
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Planning Ahead for Elderly and Disabled Individuals

Still thinking about New Year resolutions? Think beyond the usual “I’m going to lose weight, exercise more, and get healthy” resolutions and commit to one you can keep with just a small amount of effort. Give Funds to Disabled Family Members the Right Way Estate planning is important to make sure your wishes are carried…
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Where to Put Your Trust – Alabama Family Trust

Learn how Alabama Family Trust helped the McCune family afford quality care for their mother, the late Lena McCune. After years of research, siblings Debbie, Steve, and Bradd chose to use Alabama Family Trust’s unique pooled special needs trust. “In protecting my mother’s money, she was able to continue her life affording all of the…
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Estate Planning Tips for Baby Boomers

Estate planning can seem daunting, but with assistance from Alabama Family Trust, the process becomes more manageable. If you are a Baby Boomer who is ready to investigate estate planning in Alabama, there are two main questions to ask yourself: What happens to your estate when you die? What happens to your estate if your…
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Contact Alabama Family Trust via the contact link below to learn more about special needs trust funds.

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