October is National Special Needs Law Month
In honor of "Special Needs Law Month" and to help educate individuals and families as to special needs law resources and available planning options, we are reposting an article (originally posted in our October 2020 newsletter), which highlights the importance of special needs planning. The article includes tips primarily for parents who have created, or will be, creating a special needs plan that benefits a child with special needs. For individuals and families facing special needs, planning for the same is of the utmost importance. Such planning can involve supplemental needs trusts and care management, as well as advocacy to qualify for or preserve public benefits, educational, civil rights, and/or other important issues. Our attorneys are available to meet with individuals and families, who wish to learn more about special needs laws and available planning options, and/or who need legal assistance with other special needs law matter(s).
Should you or someone you know wish to meet with one of our attorneys for assistance with (or to discuss options for): estate, life care, and/or long-term care planning; special needs planning; and/or, other planning matters, please do not hesitate to contact our office to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys. It would be our pleasure to meet with you to review your current planning and/or to discuss planning options for your consideration.
Additional Legal Services:
Selling and/or buying a new home; commercial property; and/or other real estate?
Starting a new business; or, need your corporate records updated?
Recently injured, and uncertain of your rights?
If any of the above apply to you, or someone you know, then please visit the website of our parent law firm, Mickey, Wilson, Weiler, Renzi, Lenert, & Julien, P.C., to learn more about the additional legal services we offer.
Reminder: Out of an abundance of caution and to do our continued part in helping to keep our clients, staff, and their respective families as safe as possible, all non-signing appointments for our elder law clients and for our estate and life care planning clients with the following attorneys: Connie Renzi; Katie Lenert; or, Brandan Rissman, remain "virtual" (via video or telephone conferencing).