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  • Aaron R. Feldman, Esq., Feldman Law Group
    Aaron Feldman is a member of the American Society of Special Needs Planners and his practice focuses on your needs and the special needs of your child. His office handles all aspects of Estate Planning and Conservatorships as well as advising clients with respect to benefits programs.

  • Adams & Associates
    Timothy A. Adams & Associates, APLC, is a special education law firm in Orange County serving special needs children and their families. We have a proven record of excellence in representing clients throughout California. Our primary areas of practice include: Special Education (IEPs, Mediation, Resolution Meetings and Due Process Hearings) Regional Center Law (Lanterman Act Fair Hearings) Conservatorships Special Education Appellate Advocacy.

  • Alder Law Group

    Having a disabled child or other family member presents unique circumstances when planning your estate. Because of the additional lifetime care your loved one may require, and the complexity of government regulations pertaining to their receipt of benefits such as Medicaid or SSI, it’s important to have expert assistance when planning for their care.

    The good news is that you can provide security and improve your loved one’s enjoyment of life through special needs trusts designed to allow them to maintain their essential benefits. An estate planning specialist from Alder Law Group can sit down with you, learn about your family’s special needs, and then craft a tailored plan to achieve your objectives.

    You can give your loved ones the gift of peace of mind and security through a customized estate plan. Call our estate planning attorneys at (801) 463-2600 today for a free consultation.

  • Allied Law Group
    My law firm obtains documents from government agencies (including school districts) under laws such as the Freedom of Information Act. We find “smoking gun” documents you can use to advocate for your special needs loved one. My son has special needs so I know what you’re going through.

  • Altman & Associates
    Altman & Associates is an award-winning estate planning law firm serving Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia. Since 1996, we have utilized a unique blend of legal, tax, and financial expertise to provide our clients with thoroughly considered solutions in the areas of estate and legacy planning, tax planning, business planning, trust and probate administration, estate and fiduciary services, charitable planning, IRA and retirement planning, pre-marital planning, special needs planning and asset protection.

  • Anne McGee Green, Anderson Desimone and Green
    100% Estate Planning and Elder Law Anderson, Desimone & Green, PC provides comprehensive Estate Planning and Administration services to clients throughout Southwest Virginia. We devote 100% of our law practice to Estate Planning (Wills, Living Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Probate) and Elder Law (Guardianships, Asset Protection and Medicaid Planning). We are not a general practice law firm, but focus exclusively on planning and settling your affairs. We provide innovative, cutting edge solutions for you.

  • Attorneys for Children
    Attorneys for Children represents children with special needs and advocates on their behalf for special education services. Attorneys for Children provides legal representation of children in connection with special education needs, pediatric personal injury and malpractice, guardianship, and custody issues.

  • Autism Advocacy & Law Center, LLC
    When you have a child who has a disability you are confronted by many challenges. Our philosophy is to confront each of these challenges head on. Our mission is to provide specialized and expert legal advocacy to help you navigate each of these challenges. So that you can be confident that you’ve done all you can for your child. Our legal services include: Supplemental Needs Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning, Guardianship, Alternatives to Guardianship, Private Insurance Appeals, Public Health Care Coverage Appeals, Special Education Law, Medical Assistance, Social Security, Probate, Public Policy, Criminal Defense, Family Law (Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Parenting), General counsel for disability organizations.

  • Baily B Liipfert, III, Esq., Craige, Brawley, Liipfert & Walker LLP
    Biography: Born: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 28, 1961; Educated: University of North Carolina (A.B., 1984); Campbell University (J.D., cum laude, 1991); Campbell Law Review 1989-1991; Research Editor, 1990-1991; Member: Forsyth County, North Carolina (Member, Section Chairman, Elder Law Section) and American Bar Associations; North Carolina State Bar; National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Languages: German and Russian. Practice Areas: Elder Law, Long Term Care, Medicaid Planning, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Special Needs Trust, Trust Administration, Guardianship Administration.

  • Barbara Hughes, Esq., Hill, Glowacki, Jaeger & Hughes, LLP
    Barbara S. Hughes is a partner with the firm. Her practice emphasizes estate planning (including disability trusts), probate and trust administration, marital property, and elder law. She received her undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Chicago (1964, 1968) and her law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School (1986).

  • Barbara Isenhour Esq., Isenhour Bleck PLLC
    Isenhour Bleck, PLLC is recognized throughout the State of Washington for our expertise in the area of government benefits for the elderly and disabled. We also work with clients of all ages on their estate planning issues.

  • Battaglia & Waltari
    Battaglia & Waltari specializes in the establishment of both first party & third party SNT’s, public benefits and guardianships.

  • Bernard A Krooks Esq., Littman Krooks LLP
    Littman Krooks LLP is uniquely positioned to provide our clients with the quality of legal services customarily associated with large New York law firms, while also providing the personal attention and service that only small law firms can provide. The partners of the Firm have substantial experience in corporate and securities law, litigation and arbitration, real estate law and finance, and elder law, tax, trusts and estate matters, obtained at a number of New York leading law firms. We are able to combine the sophisticated legal advice and high level of legal intellect, expertise and innovation ordinarily associated with large law firms, with the personal attention, responsiveness and close lines of communication featured by smaller firms all on a more economical basis. These ingredients, which are the cornerstone of effective representation and are so necessary to a successful lawyer/client relationship, have become the foundation of the Firm’s success.

  • Bradley J Frigon Esq., Attorney at Law
    The Law Offices of Bradley J. Frigon located in Englewood, Colorado, offers services in the preparation of wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, health care proxies, living wills, life insurance trusts, durable powers of attorney, and other estate planning documents. We will develop a comprehensive estate plan for you and your family. Our focus is on minimizing estate taxes, preserving assets from catastrophic health care costs, and ensuring your continued security for the future. We can also advise you with respect to nursing home issues, long-term health care issues and gift and estate tax matters. We can assist in putting your affairs in order so as to minimize will contests and other problems that may occur at death.

  • California Special Needs Law Group
    Helping families and children with special needs navigate the complex field of special education law. This law firm was created specifically to provide excellent legal representation at an affordable cost. Please visit our website for more information.

  • Calvin C Curtis, Esq., Attorney at Law, PLLC
    Calvin C. Curtis is Utah’s preeminent attorney in elder law, special needs trusts, and estate planning for seniors and for families with a family member with a disability. His practice is limited to the following areas of law: Elder law, “First party” special needs trust, “Third party” special needs trust, Estate planning, Estate and trust administration, Guardianships and conservatorships, Veterans benefits, federal tax disputes.  Cal is a member of the prestigious Special Needs Alliance, a national network of select attorneys focusing on special needs trusts. Cal is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and is Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. Cal is also the program chair for the annual “Utah Elder Law, Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning” seminar, held each fall in Salt Lake City.

  • Charles F Robinson, Esq., Law Offices of
    Charlie and his staff at the Law Offices of Charles F. Robinson are personally and professionally committed to serving the needs of our clients and their families. We believe it is our obligation to stay current on laws and regulations affecting our clients, to anticipate changes in the law, and to advocate for responsible, fair and realistic improvements in the system. We offer comprehensive asset protection planning for the elderly and the incapacitated. We offer expertise in the rules and regulations of the Florida Medicaid Institutional Care Program (nursing homes). We offer years of experience and hundreds of successfully completed Medicaid applications. We offer estate planning and death planning as part of our asset protection planning process. We offer asset and trust administration for those who are unable or unwilling to manage. We offer our services either in person at our office or anywhere in the state of Florida by skilled use of the telephone, e-mail, and mail delivery.

  • Chevalier, Ginn, Shirooni & Kruer, P.S.C.
    Chevalier, Ginn, Shirooni & Kruer provides a full range of legal services and specializes in special education law. Located in the Greater Cincinnati area, we advocate for and defend students with special needs all across Kentucky.

  • Craig David Becker, Attorney at Law, LCC
    Craig David Becker, Esquire practices Education Law and Criminal Defense. He practices Special Education Law, representing students who have been denied an appropriate and effective education. He also represents students in disciplinary actions. In addition, Mr. Becker represents adults and juveniles in all facets of criminal defense. He represents clients throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

  • Craig W. Watson, Esq., Attorney at Law
    Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: Elder Law, Medicaid Eligibility, Wills, Estate Tax Planning, Trusts, Guardianship, Probate, Trust Litigation, Will Contests, Business Law, Asset Protection, Corporate Law, Partnerships, Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations, Federal Taxation.

  • Damon Doucet
    Attorney Special Needs – Adult and Minor Guardianship, Special Needs Planning, Estate Planning
    3223 Lake Avenue, Wilmette, IL      224-233-1336

  • Daniel O. Hands, P.C.
    Daniel O. Hands is founder and President of Daniel O. Hands, P.C., a law firm in Oak Brook, Illinois that concentrates its practice in the area of estate planning. The firm represents clients in the areas of Wills, Trusts, charitable gift planning, asset protection planning, business succession planning, Medicaid planning and planning for families with special needs children Daniel earned his undergraduate degree from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan, graduating with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Valparaiso University School of Law, Valparaiso, Indiana. He has spoken to national conferences, continuing legal education classes and numerous public seminars on Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning and Asset Protection. Daniel has over 33 years of experience practicing law. He is a member of the Illinois Bar Association and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is a charter member and former member of the Board of Governors of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys. Daniel lives in Clarendon Hills, Illinois has been happily married to Cherie for 30 years. They have two daughters, Christine and Melissa.

  • DayOne Reliance Incorporated
    DayOne Reliance is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that establishes special needs trust for families of individuals with special needs through education and case management without jeopardizing eligibility for government benefits or entitlements.

  • Dennis J Christensen, Esq., P.A.
    Dennis James Christensen is a solo practitioner with an office in the Charleston, South Carolina area. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and the Marquette University School of Law. Dennis concentrates his practice in the areas of elder law and estate planning. He is currently a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and is currently a member of its Board of Directors.

  • Diann Jones, Parent/Advocate – Estate Planning for Special Needs
    Located in Delaware, Diann Jones, MBA, has deep roots in advocacy in the disability community as a parent, advocate, professional and positive change agent. She does not charge for calls or conferences with fellow parents and extended extended families of children and/or adults with disabilities. Diann assists their parents and family members through the necessary steps to plan for a lifetime of proper supports using person-centered planning techniques. By taking this approach in assisting other families with their special needs estate plans, she makes certain that anyone who may need her services can take advantage of her experience — regardless of their financial status or situation. Her mission is clear: To help others navigate the complex maze of obtaining resources, understand government benefit eligibility and implement a plan that will accommodate the current and future needs of their loved one with a disability.

  • Dick Terrell Brown, Brown & Lacallade, P.C., Austin, TX
    Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Dick limits his practice to helping families and small businesses deal with today’s needs and plan for tomorrow’s. Planning for special families is a gratifying part of this practice. It provides the special family with a clear path to follow to meet the financial and legal challenges that they and their special person must overcome to ensure that access to public benefits is preserved and the highest possible quality of life for their special person is secured. Guardianship, Medicaid planning, and special needs trusts are employed as appropriate.

  • Disability Law Center
    The Disability Law Center (DLC) is a private non-profit organization. We are designated as the Protection and Advocacy agency for the state of Utah to protect the rights of people with disabilities in Utah. Our Mission is to enforce and strengthen laws that protect the opportunities, choices and legal rights of people with disabilities in Utah.

  • Dispute Solutions
    Mediation and IEP team facilitation with expertise in special education, disability, and IDEA law. We work throughout the Pacific Northwest. In Oregon, the State may pay our fees through the Oregon Department of Education special education mediators roster.

  • Education Law Resource Center and NHEdLaw, LLC.
    NHEdLaw’s mission is to improve the quality of education for all students by providing information, training and resources.

  • Edward V Wilcenski, Esq., Jones & Wilcenski, PLLC
    EDWARD V. WILCENSKI, Esq., is a co-owner and co-manager of the law firm of Jones & Wilcenski PLLC. He practices in the areas of Special Needs Estate Planning, Trust & Estate Administration, and Elder Law and Long Term Care Planning. He holds the highest rating for both expertise and ethics awarded by Martindale-Hubbell, the independent rating service of the legal profession. He is a graduate of Albany Law School, and received his Bachelor of Science in economics, magna cum laude, from Siena College in Loudenville, New York.

  • Emily S Starr, Esq., Ciota, Starr & Vander Linden, LLP
    Emily S. Starr, managing partner of the firm’s Elder & Disability Law Group, concentrates primarily in the areas of Medicaid and estate planning, special needs trusts, guardianship and probate. She has a particular interest in preservation of personal injury awards through the use of Special Needs Trusts and is counsel to personal injury lawyers, disabled individuals, and trustees. Ms. Starr is certified as an Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation [1] and is a member of the Special Needs Alliance.

  • Emma Hemness, Attorney at Law
    The law firm of Emma Hemness will provide confidential legal services to all of its clients. We will do so in a professional and dignified manner and will provide competent legal advice for an affordable and reasonable fee.

  • Evan Guthrie Law Firm
    Evan Guthrie Law Firm is licensed to practice law throughout the state of South Carolina. The Evan Guthrie Law Firm practices in the areas of estate planning special needs planning probate personal injury accident and divorce and family law.

  • Florida School Partners, P.L.
    Allison Hertog is one of only handful of attorneys in the country with a masters degree in special education. She is a passionate advocate for disabled students of all ages and a fine lawyer. Licensed to practice law in New York and Florida.

  • Frank Dana, At Dana Law Firm
    Our mission is to serve the legal needs of senior and disabled Americans and their families and particularly the legal problems of aging and disability, thereby enabling them to live happier and more productive lives to the extent of their capabilities.

  • Frankel & Kershenbaum, LLC
    Josh has extensive experience representing families and children with special needs, advising clients on all aspects of their children’s educational rights, including those under IDEA, Section 504, and other federal and state statutes. Josh represents clients at IEP meetings and Administrative Due Process hearings, in settlement negotiations with school districts, and at all stages of litigation. His Special Education clients benefit not only from his experience as an attorney, but also from the valuable perspective and knowledge he gained in his previous careers as a public elementary school teacher and as an advocate with the Pennsylvania Health Law Project. Josh trains parents, attorneys, and support professionals in special education law and advocacy, and teaches the Special Education Law seminar at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Josh is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Legal Services for Exceptional Children Committee.

  • Future Care Planning Services
    Assisting caregivers in planning for the future of their adult loved one with a disability. Development of a comprehensive Individulized Plan and Letter of Intent to insure the safety and security of your adult loved one with a disability.

  • Geraldine E Champion, Esq., Law Offices of
    Estate Planning Elder Law The Law Offices of Geraldine E. Champion is her to serve your needs and is a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law.

  • Hook Law Center

    Hook Law Center has been providing the highest quality of legal advice to the communities of Hampton Roads for more than 80 years. Our practice is dedicated to seniors, and persons with special needs, their families and advocates. Our professional staff can respond to our client’s care needs on a 24-hour basis, and our attorneys are available to provide expertise on every issue facing senior citizens from long-term and life-care planning to estate and trust issues as well as financial, investment, public benefit, and insurance assistance.

    You’ll find dozens of useful resources on this website, including invitations to attend one of our free seminars on issues such as estate law, free printed guides on the issues you are concerned with and weekly newsletters, radio telecasts, glossaries, links to additional web resources, and answers to your most frequently asked questions.

  • Huffman Law Offices, P.C.
    Law Firm concentrating in the areas of estate planning , elder law, and special needs planning. Multiple locations in Central Illinois. Members of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the National Care Planning Council.

  • Hyman Darling, Bacon & Wilson, PC
    Hyman, Chairman of the Estate Planning, Elder Law Department is recognized as the area’s preeminent estate planner. His areas of expertise include all areas of estate planning, probate and elder law. Additional specialties include: Adoption and Real Estate.

  • Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission
    Created in 1979, the Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission protects the rights and promotes the welfare of persons with disabilities.

  • Irving Silver, Esq., Silver, Voit & Thompson
    Silver, Voit & Thompson, P.C. practices in the following areas of law: General Civil Trial and Appellate Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Bankruptcy, Commercial, Corporate, Estate Planning, Probate and Real Estate Law.Irving Silver (Member) born Holyoke, Massachusetts, May 7, 1940; admitted to bar, 1965, Alabama. Education: University of Alabama (B.S., 1964; J.D., 1965). Trustee, Spring Hill College, Alabama Law Foundation. Past President, Estate Planning Council of Mobile and the Community Foundation of South Alabama. Member: Mobile Bar Association; Alabama State Bar. [With U.S. Air Force, 1959-1962]. Practice Areas: Business Litigation; Estate Planning; Probate; Real Estate.

  • James A Caffry, Esq., Darby ,Stearns, Thorndike, Kolter & Ware, LLP
    JAMES A. CAFFRY has a general civil practice, concentrating in two major areas, special needs planning law for disabled individuals and environmental/zoning law. His other areas of practice include real estate, estate planning, probate, non-profit organizations, corporate law and business planning. He is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, a national network of lawyers dedicated to disability and public benefits law, as well as the Vermont Autism Task Force, the Autism Society of America and the Autism Society of Vermont.

  • James C. Siebert
    Mr. Siebert has been in practice over 25 years and focuses on Estate Planning, including Special Needs Trusts and planning, Elder Law, Medicaid Planning. guardianship, probate and transactional matters. Mr. Siebert is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; a member of AARP’s Legal Services Network and is affiliated with ATG Trust Company.

  • Janet L Lowder, Esq., Hickman & Lowder Co., LPA
    Janet Lowder is a recognized authority on Medicaid issues and estate planning for families with special needs. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and is a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation. Janet is one of the founders of, and counsel to, Community Fund Management Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides the Master Trust and the Pooled Medicaid Payback Trust for individuals with disabilities. She was the recipient of the Foundation’s 1999 Amicus Award as well as the Cuyahoga County Board of MR/DD’s 2000 Top Hat Award. Janet also serves on the Bioethics Committee of the Hattie Larlham Foundation and is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, a national network of lawyers dedicated to Disability and Public Benefits Law.

  • Jarrett Law Office, PLC
    We help clients with special needs and their families keep their government benefits and plan for the future. We are experienced in the creation and administration of all types of special needs trusts.

  • Jason Frank, Esq., Frank, Frank and Scherr, LLC
    Frank, Frank & Scherr, LLC focuses its practice on aging and elderly persons planning for the future, assisting families planning for the long term care of other family members who are mentally or physically disabled, and estate planning. The provision of legal services to elderly individuals and estate planning often involves spouses, children, siblings, and other relatives assisting the individual. While the family members may participate in gathering information and facilitating communication, the client makes the decisions, to the extent he or she is capable of doing so.

  • John F Kearns lll, Esq., Kearns & Kearns, PC
    Located in West Hartford, Connecticut, Kearns & Kearns offers legal services to those who need special needs trusts, estate planning, probate and estate settlement, and elder law. For twenty years, we have been committed to these goals: • Helping our clients protect and preserve their life savings, independence, and dignity as they confront the problems of aging and disability, and • Transforming a difficult emotional process into one that provides peace of mind.

  • John S Kitchen, Esq., Law Offices
    John’s practice areas include probate, trust, gift and estate taxation and disability law. He has drafted guardianship petitions as well as powers of attorney, wills and trusts, including grantor trusts, gift trusts, special needs trusts and charitable trusts, since 1978. John has offices in the Manchester area as well as in the Lakes Region.

  • John W. Callanan Law Office
    Attorney and paralegal wife with autistic son working together to help families with special needs – 17-A Guardianships and Article 81 Guardianships. High Quality Legal Services at Reasonable Rates. Located in New York.

  • Johnson Law Group Intl PLLC
    Established in 1985, Johnson Law Group provides comprehensive legal advice to families and individuals on issues related to special education, disabilities, governement entitlements, and estate and asset planning.

  • Karen L. Perch, Ph.D., J.D.
    I assist individuals and families with planning for loved ones with special needs, including special needs trusts, wills, powers of attorney, health care surrogates, and living wills.

  • Karen M. Stockmal, KMS Law Offices, LLC
    Karen M. Stockmal
    KMS Law Offices, LLC
    1055 Westlakes Drive, Suite 160
    Berwyn, PA 19312

    Phone: (610) 524-7865
    Fax: (6110) 561-4859

    At KMS Law Offices, these three simple words form the core of our mission statement: “We provide the experience of a large law firm, the service of a small law firm, and value that is unmatched.”

  • Kerry R Peck, Esq., Peck, Bloom, Miller & Mitchell, LLC
    The law firm of Peck, Bloom, Austriaco & Mitchell, LLC concentrates its practice in all aspects of probate, estate planning, guardianship, real estate, tax law, and elder law with an emphasis on the litigation of contested wills, trusts, and disabled persons’ estates. Our real estate litigation practice focuses on disputes in trusts and estates, construction litigation, mechanics liens, mortgage foreclosure, and title insurance litigation. We are a boutique firm that prides itself in providing efficient, prompt, and informed service to our clients. Through close personal attention, courtesy, and loyalty, our legal team will ensure you understand your options and what steps need to be taken to achieve your goals. At Peck Bloom, you work directly with a highly professional legal team that uses their experience and creativity to provide you with innovative approaches and successful solutions to meet your personal or business needs.

  • Kirsch-Goodwin & Kirsch, PLLC
    Attorneys representing students and families of students with special needs against School Districts and educational institutions. We handle IEPs, mediations, Due Process Complaints, bullying and personal injury claims.

  • Kirsten L. Izatt: The Estate Planning Law Group
    Kirsten L. Izatt is an attorney with the Wheaton, IL based law firm of The Estate Planning Law Group. We represent individuals from across the entire Chicago metropolitan area. The attorneys at our firm work with parents who have a child with a disability to plan for and secure their child’s future through the use of comprehensive counseling based estate planning. We assist with setting up Wills, Living Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, both third-party and OBRA ’93 Payback trusts, and Powers of Attorney. In addition, we represent individuals who must go to court to establish an OBRA ’93 Payback Special Needs Trust and parents who are seeking guardianship of their child. If you live in Illinois or are planning for an individual with special needs who resides in Illinois, you may request a copy of our free Guide at In the Guide, you’ll learn (1) the 10 steps to take to plan for the future care of your child, (2) how to set up a Special Needs Trust that protects your child’s eligibility for essential government benefits, (3) whether Guardianship might be an appropriate option for your child, (4) how to plan for and secure government benefits for your child. We are dedicated to serving people with special needs and those who love them.

  • Law Office of Claudia I. Pringles
    The Law Office of Claudia I. Pringles helps Vermont parents, guardians, and others establish special needs trusts for the children and adults they care about. A special needs trust can be set up to provide a better quality of life for a person with a physical disability, mental disability, developmental disability or a chronic illness. For your convenience, consultations can be held at your home or place of business.

  • Law Office Of Janna M. Wallace, PC
    Estate planning attorney with experience in drafting special needs trust and supplemental needs trust that meet the criteria set out by Medicaid and the Social Security Administration. Elder law and disability attorney with experience in guardianship matters in Wake and Harnett counties.

  • Law Office of John Owens, LLC
    John represents children with special needs and advocates on their behalf for educational services. In addition to providing legal representation of children in connection with special education needs, John also assists children with special needs and their families with Special Needs Trusts, estate planning, guardianship, and custody issues. John assists special needs individuals and their families with legal issues regarding Adult and Minor Guardianships. In addition John represents special needs individuals and their families with Special Needs Trust planning, Estate Planning, and Special Education advocacy and legal representation.

  • Law Office of Kristin M. Palace (Massachusetts)
    Kristin Palace represents parents of children with special needs in a variety of matters in the greater Boston area, including securing appropriate evaluations, services, and placements. She provides experienced, thorough, and compassionate representation.

  • Law Office of Kyle Rhodes
    My practice is dedicated to helping parents of children with special needs plan for the future using special needs trusts.

  • Law Office of Lawrence W. Berliner, LLC
    Attorney Lawrence Berliner, a special education and disability law attorney has law offices in Westport and Guilford. He has nearly 30 years of experience and represents families with special needs throughout Connecticut. Attorney Berliner is dedicated to helping parents pursue their child’s educational rights. Attorney Berliner is passionately committed to making a difference, one family at a time, whether it means conducting a complete records review, offering collaborative and legal advocacy to parents at PPT meetings, securing appropriate educational services or pursuing rights through formal complaints, mediation and due process hearings. Check the website for special education law and college transition workshop throughout Connecticut.

  • Law Offices of Charles P. Fox
    We provide Legal Representation For: Educational meetings, Mediation meetings, Resolution sessions, Due process hearings and Manifestation Determinations-related to possible expulsion Guardianship Process.

  • Law Offices of Dana A. Jonson, LLC
    A law firm focusing exclusively on the representation of children with disabilities through the Special Education process in the state of Connecticut.

  • Law Offices of H. Jeffrery Marcus, P.C. Special Education Attorneys–New York State
    We represent parents of children with disabilities in special education matters across all of New York State.

  • Law Offices of Steven E. Glink
    Steven defends the rights of students and parents in all types of school cases including student discipline, special education, zero-tolerance violatons and residency issues. In special education cases, Steven will make sure that the local school district follows all of the requirements of state and federal law. If the district fails to comply with the law, or if the district does not provide proper services to the student and the family,Steven will seek an administrative or judicial hearing to enforce those rights.

  • Lawrence E Davidow, Esq., Davidow, Davidow, Siegel & Stern
    Our Mission is to provide outstanding Legal Representation and Service in the areas of Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate and Administration of Estates, Business Counseling and Commercial Transactions. In our continuing effort to further this mission, we at Davidow, Davidow, Siegel & Stern are committed to: Offering a unique combination of services which allows us to achieve innovative and cutting edge solutions. Servicing our clients with the highest degree of excellence, confidentiality and reliability. Understanding and responding to our clients’ ever-changing needs brought on by life’s challenges. Providing an advantage to our clients and community through education, advocacy and leadership. Working with allied professionals and organizations to coordinate comprehensive strategies.

  • Lee M Holmes, Esq., Holmes, Holmes, Neisent, PLLC
    AVOID DEPLETING YOUR ASSETS UNNECESSARILY! Our firm is dedicated to preserving assets and income when at home care or nursing home care is needed. We help you plan for yourself or for a relative with a disability. We assist you in preserving assets if you die before your spouse. We are committed to providing legal services for seniors, for persons with disabilities and for the family.

  • Lifes Plan Inc. Pooled Trust OBRA D4C
    OBRA D4C Pooled Trust Medicaid qualified trust for people with disabilities at any age. 25 years of fiduciary services in managing special needs trusts. We offer management of 3rd party and OBRA payback trusts. Personalized care management systems with professional oversight of expenditures. Small trusts are always welcomed ($10,000 minimum)

  • Linda M Anderson, Esq., Attorney at Law
    The practice of Elder Law includes Medicaid and Asset Protection Planning Medicaid Applications & Advocacy Estate Planning for clients of all ages Disability Planning Estate and Trust Administration Special Needs Trusts for Disabled Adults and Children Guardianships*Probate Federal Estate Tax Plans Wills ,Trusts and Powers of Attorney, Advance Medical Directives Review of Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Evaluation of Senior Living Arrangements and Contracts Public Entitlements (Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, and SSI) Estate, Gift Tax and Income Tax matters Care Management Fiduciary Services.

  • Lisa L. Wilson, Hayes & Wilson, PLLC
    Lisa L. Wilson, Managing Partner, Attorney at Law
    Hayes & Wilson, PLLC
    1235 North Loop West, Suite 907
    Houston, TX 77008

    Phone: (713) 880-3939
    Fax: (713) 880-9990

    If you have a Special Needs child whose future you need to plan for, contact us for a consultation. Our Attorneys will discuss what provisions most appropriately fit your family’s needs.

  • Lisa Nachmias Davis, Esq., Attorney at Law
    I am an attorney practicing law in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A., the “Elm City,” home of Yale University and some of the best pizza in New England. Most of my work involves helping people with estate planning (wills and trusts), elder law problems (Medicaid and Medicare, living wills, conservatorships), disability issues (trusts for disabled individuals, entitlements), and probate; and helping nonprofit organizations with general tax and corporate problems, including fundraising through deferred giving.

  • Littman Krooks LLP
    Special Needs Planning, Special Education Law and Advocacy, Estate Planning and Guardianship. Each Westchester, New York City and Dutchess special needs attorney will assist families of loved ones with special needs plan for the future. Our special needs planning lawyers have extensive experience with estate planning, guardianship, special education advocacy and coordination of special education services. Our special needs attorneys will show you how to use special needs trusts and other planning tools to ensure that an individual with special needs will have adequate resources to provide for their long term needs. Our attorneys will advocate for appropriate educational services and help families with important transition services such as guardianship and coordination of benefits.

  • Mall Malisow & Cooney, PC – Special Needs Attorneys
    Special Needs Trust planning allows for the most efficient use of all available resources and provides for the management of assets designated for the care and well-being of a person with disabilities. Whether assets are protected by a 1st Party or 3rd Party Special Needs Trust, this should always be part of a carefully designed holistic estate plan.

  • Marielle F Hazen, Esq., Attorney at Law
    Hazen Elder Law is a firm specializing in legal issues affecting the elderly. We are dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities, seniors and their families navigate complex legal, financial and medical issues by working to establish an effective plan for dealing with these issues. We give you the peace of mind of knowing that the best possible plan is in place to protect you and your family. We are active advocates for seniors in our community, as well as at the state and national levels.

  • Mark Albertson, Attorney
    With over 40 years in business, Albertson Law Group, P.S provides individuals and small businesses in Washington and Oregon with legal counsel in the areas of Estate Planning and Probate, Asset Protection and Privacy Planning, Special Needs Planning for families with disabled children, Elder Law and Transactional Business Law.

  • Mary M Culley, MorrisJames LLP
    Mary M. Culley is a member of the Morris James Estates and Trusts and Tax Practice Groups. The primary focus of Mrs. Culley’s practice is estate planning and administration for Delaware and Pennsylvania clients and trust and estate litigation. Mrs. Culley also devotes a significant portion of her practice to planning for individuals with disabilities, guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, and elder care law. Mrs. Culley was admitted to both the Delaware Bar and the Pennsylvania Bar in 1985. She is a graduate of Saint Mary’s College for Women, Notre Dame, Indiana (B.A., 1968), the Widener University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1984), and Temple University Graduate School (LL.M. in Taxation, 1988). Mrs. Culley is a member of the Delaware, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations. She served as the Secretary of the Committee on the Law and the Elderly (1997-98), the Chair of the Estates and Trust Section (1994-95) and the Chair of the Women and the Law Section (1989-90) of the Delaware State Bar Association. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and is the Secretary and member of the Board of Directors of Delaware Care Plan, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides trust and care services to individuals with disabilities. Mrs. Culley lectures often to professional and community groups on estate planning and probate, planning for families with special needs children, charitable giving, Medicaid planning and planning for the elderly. She was voted one of Delaware’s Top Lawyers in a survey by Delaware Today magazine (10/96, 11/99, 10/01).

  • McKinley & Ryan, LLC
    McKinley & Ryan, LLC is known throughout Pennsylvania for its representation of families in special education matters. We assist parents in advocating for their school-aged children to obtain services to which they are entitled in public school. We welcome calls from parents concerned about their children’s special needs in education and related civil rights matters. We can assist with case evaluation, as well as IEP consultation, negotiating, and planning. We also handle special education due process hearings and appeals, and we provide litigation services in federal court actions involving special education and disability discrimination in the public schools.

  • Michigan Education Law Center
    A Michigan based professional LLC providing parents, students, teachers, and administrators with law related resources

  • Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc.
    Our goal is to advance the dignity, equality, self-determination, and expressed choices of individuals. Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) promotes, expands and protects the human and legal rights of people by providing them with information and advocacy.

  • Monahan & Cohen
    Full service Chicago law firm providing legal and advocacy services to parents and children with disabilities. Matt Cohen represents parents/students who are seeking services from IEPs and 504 plans, college age students who are seeking accommodations and students who are seeking accommodations for standardized testing – SATS, LSATs, MCATs etc. We also do disciplinary hearings and other school law related issues for parents and students. Nominated as a SUPER LAWYER in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010, Matt is a nationally know speaker and available for trainings and conferences.

  • Murphy & Murphy, P.C.
    We provide legal services to families with children with special needs. Our practice focuses on special education law in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

  • Nadler, Biernath, LLC
    Nadler Biernath LLC assists clients in the Atlanta, Georgia area and throughout Georgia including Kennesaw, Alpharetta, Roswell, Marietta, Buckhead, Johns Creek, Duluth, East Cobb and Dunwoody

  • Nancy Gibson, Esq., Gibson Law Offices, PLLC
    Gibson Law Offices, PLLC provides legal services to clients throughout all of Montana, with the firm’s practice limited to elder law and disability trusts. The specific services offered include preparation of wills and trusts, particularly special needs trusts; asset preservation and long term care issues, including Medicaid issues; advising clients on public benefits eligibility, particularly in the context of settlements, inheritances and divorces; planning for incapacity; administration of estates and trusts; fiduciary services; guardianship, conservatorship, and other protective arrangements.

  • Neal A. Winston, Esq., Moschella & Winston, LLP
    Neal A. Winston is a partner of Moschella & Winston, LLP, a law firm specializing in estate and disability planning and asset protection. A nationally recognized expert on Special Needs Trusts and needs-based public benefit programs, he is frequently requested to lecture and train other attorneys and professionals that work in this field. Mr. Winston is president of the Special Needs Alliance, a national, nonprofit organization composed of attorneys who advise and represent individuals and their families to create and administer Special Needs Trusts. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and has been certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. He serves on the public policy committee of NAELA and is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives and the American Bar Association Social Security Committee.

  • Needham Mitnick & Pollack, PLC
    Needham Mitnick & Pollack, PLC is a small law firm which gives personalized attention to each case. Our lawyers have handled numerous and complicated cases in the fields of elder law, disability planning and estate planning. If you are planning for long-term care, estate planning for yourself, or exploring options for a disabled person, we can help. Should you or your family find yourselves in a critical situation that require immediate reliable legal guidance, we are here and ready to help.

  • Neil Graham Sale, Esq.,
    Certification/Specialties: Certified Elder Law Attorney, National Foundation of Elder Law Attorneys Areas of Practice: Elder Law Estate Planning / Wills & Trusts.

  • Nicole V Bryan, Esq., Vandiver & Bryan, PLLC
    Practice Areas: Elder Law; Estate Planning; Estate Administration; Trust Administration; Medicaid Planning and Application; Wills; Trusts and Estates; Advance Directives; Taxation; Probate; Guardianship; Incompetency Proceedings; Medicare and Medicaid; Special Needs Trusts; Disabilities; Social Security; Veteran; Long Term Care; Business Succession Planning; Family Limited Partnerships; Estate Planning for the Disabled; Estate Planning for the Elderly.

  • Patricia A Nelson-Reade, Esq., Law Offices of
    We are a law firm concentrating on the legal needs of older Americans and their families. The law firm assists persons of all ages in estate and tax planning, and has a special focus on the legal issues and life decisions which older individuals and their families must face. The firm also has focuses on special needs planning for disabled individuals so that a lawsuit settlement or an inheritance can be used to enhance the disabled individual’s life without unnecessarily impacting public benefits that the individual may rely upon. We offer excellent legal services in a caring and respectful manner.

  • Patrick D. Furman, Esq.; Epiphany Law, LLC
    I have been specializing in estate planning for over 15 years. I provide comprehensive estate planning and administration including Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Special Needs Planning, Nursing Home Protection Planning and Probate / Trust Administration. Since I have a daughter with special needs, I understand the confusion and frustration that can go into protecting their interests.

  • Pi-Yi G. Mayo, Esq., Attorney at Law
    C.E.L.A. Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation (which is the only organization authorized by the American Bar Association to provide certification in elder law), November 30, 2001

  • PremierCare Consulting
    PremierCare provides services in the entire Chicago land area: Guardianship Professional Power of Attorney Care Management Service Facilitation & Behavior Intervention – DHS Home-Based Support Services Program.

  • Rachelle H. Milstein, Attorney at Law
    Representing children with special educational needs and their families throughout New Jersey. Rachelle “Shelly” Milstein holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and an B.A. from the University of Michigan Honors College. She is admitted to the State and Federal bar of New Jersey, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. After graduating from law school, Ms. Milstein held a state trial level judicial clerkship. Following her clerkship, Ms. Milstein embarked upon a career as a trial attorney. In that capacity, Ms. Milstein was responsible for all aspects of various types of litigation for well-respected New Jersey law firms for over a decade. Ms. Milstein has engaged in extensive client counseling, and has fully litigated numerous cases from pre-litigation stages through trial and appeal. In the course of her professional endeavors as a litigator, Ms. Milstein began to handle an increasing number of special education matters. For the last several years, Ms. Milstein has maintained her own law practice dedicated to the counseling and representation of children with special educational needs and their families throughout the state of New Jersey. Ms. Milstein and her husband have three children, two of whom have special educational needs.

  • Raymond B Harvey, Esq., PA
    Raymon B. Harvey, P.A. is an Elder Law and Special Needs Trust Law Firm. Located in Little Rock, Arkansas, we focus on: Helping individuals obtain Medicaid benefits without losing their home, Long Term Care planning for victims of Alzheimer’s Disease and other related disorders, Special Needs Trust solutions for families with children with special needs, Preserving Eligibility for Public Benefits for personal injury victims, and Estate Planning (Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, and Durable Powers of Attorney). We encourage you to explore this web site and share this information with anyone who interested in issues pertaining to the elderly, the disabled and their advocates.

  • Rebecca L Berg, Esq., Berg, Bowers and Associates
    Making the right decisions for you and your family has been your life priority. You shouldn’t stop now. Today there are many legal and medical issues that can impact even the best plans and intentions. How do you protect your assets from the high cost of medical care? How will you pay for long-term care without depleting your savings or burdening your family? Who will make the right decisions on your behalf if you cannot make them yourself? These are tough questions that the attorneys at Berg, Bowers & Associates are ready to help answer.

  • Regina Brandow, PC – Special Needs, Guardianship & Estate Planning Attorney
    Provides legal strategies and services to protect your assets so you can advance your wishes.

  • Richard A Courtney, CELA, Frascogna Courtney PLLC
    RICHARD A. (“Rick”) COURTNEY has practiced law since 1978 and is a founding partner of the Jackson law firm of Frascogna Courtney, PLLC, where he chairs the Elder Law / Estate Planning and Special Needs Planning sections. His primary areas of practice are elder law, public benefits law (Medicaid, Medicare, SSI, Veterans), personal asset protection and estate planning (wills, trusts, property ownership), trusts and trust administration, special needs planning for persons with disabilities, guardianships and conservatorships for mentally incapacitated persons, nursing home and disability rights, and probate administration. The firm employs a professional Care Manager to assist our clients.

  • Richard E Davis, Esq., Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., LPA
    Rick joined the law firm of Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A. in 1998. He chairs the firm’s Estate Planning and Elder Law practice groups. His focus is primarily in estate planning, elder law, special needs trusts, probate, and trust administration.

  • Richard Habiger, Esq., Habiger & Associates Elder Law Office
    Richard Habiger has been practicing law since 1970 and has extensive experience in all areas of Elder Law services, including nursing home, Medicaid/asset preservation planning. He is the former managing attorney of the SIU Law School Legal Clinic (Legal Services to the Elderly Program), where he taught practical legal skills to law students and provided counsel and representation to the elderly and other clients of the Legal Clinic for 18 years. Habiger is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and serves as the President-Elect of the Illinois Chapter of the Nation Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. In addition, Habiger serves on the Leadership Council of the greater Illinois Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, having previously served on the Board of Directors of the Southern Illinois area chapter of the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association.

  • Richard Sayre, Esq., Sayre & Sayre PS
    We are Dick and Karen Sayre, Your Spokane Elder Law Professionals. As you look toward the future, we hope you will consider our firm for all your estate planning needs, estate tax questions, governmental benefits for disabled individuals and Elder Law issues. Thanks for stopping by and please select an area of interest from the menu above. – Dick and Karen Sayre.

  • Rivkin & Rivkin, LLC
    Rivkin & Rivkin concentrates its practice in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, planning for children with special needs, and planned charitable giving.

  • Robert B Fleming, Esq., Fleming & Curti, PLC
    At Fleming & Curti, P.L.C., our practice is limited to Elder Law. We concentrate on Guardianship and Conservatorship, Long-Term Care (Medicaid) Planning, Estate Planning and Probate.

  • Robert F Brogan, Esq., Attorney at Law
    ROBERT F. BROGAN has been Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the American Bar Association accredited National Elder Law Foundation. He began his legal career in 1994, as law clerk to the Honorable William H. Huber, P.J.Ch. in Toms River. Mr. Brogan has experience in several areas of law, with a particular focus in Elder Law, Wills & Trusts, Medicaid Planning, Estate & Trust Administration and Probate Litigation. He lectures regularly to senior groups and communities regarding Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, and the legal impact of healthcare issues on seniors and their family members. Mr. Brogan’s clients include: Individuals and couples seeking to protect their savings and assets for the benefit of themselves and future generations with sound Estate Planning; Estate Executors and Administrators; Trust Fiduciaries & Beneficiaries in Trust Administration and Trust Litigation; Medicaid Applicants; IRA owners and Retirement Plan participants seeking advice on maximizing tax avoidance for themselves, during their retirement and for their children thereafter; Charitably inclined individuals and couples seeking advice on how to donate to a favorite organization, reduce taxes and benefit their families in the process; Guardians and individuals alleged to be incapacitated. Mr. Brogan is an active member of the: National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. Elder Law Sections of the N.J. State Bar Association and the Ocean County Bar Association Real Property, Trusts & Probate Section of the N.J.S.B.A.¨ Probate/Chancery Committee of the O.C.B.A.

  • Ron M Landsman, Esq., Attorney At Law
    He has been among the most active members of the elder law bar in Maryland and D.C. dealing with Medicaid long term care issues. While he deals with all Medicaid long term care issues ­ planning, applications, appeals, “level of care,” recoveries ­ he has focused especially on steps to protect “community spouses,” the wives and husbands of nursing home residents getting Medicaid benefits. His successes include getting Maryland to respect out-of-state former homes on the same basis as in-state homes, getting Maryland to comply with special court orders awarding extra income or resources to community spouses (the case was settled after six years, but for one step along the way, see the Fourth Circuit’s decision in McGhee v. Director, Maryland Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene, 1999 WL); and getting D.C. Superior Court to adopt a generous basic needs standard for awarding extra income or resources to community spouses in guardianship proceedings, In re Tyler, 2002 WL.

  • Rubin Law, A Professional Corporation
    Law practice, since 1982, limited to providing legal & future planning for our fellow Illinois families of children and adults with special needs, including intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities &/or mental illness. Brian Rubin’s son & Benji Rubin’s older brother, Mitchell, has autism among other special needs.

  • Ruthann P Lacey, Esq., PC
    The Law Office of Ruthann P. Lacey, P.C. was established in 1995 in Tucker, Georgia. Ms. Lacey is Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation, and concentrates her practice solely in Elder and Special Needs Law. As such, our practice includes advising clients and implementing legal planning with regard to each of the following substantive practice areas: Estate and Tax Planning Wills, Probate and Estate Administration Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts Special Needs Trusts Durable Financial Powers of Attorney Durable Medical Powers of Attorney Real Property Guardianship Living Wills Health Law Independent Living Options Nursing Home Issues Financing Long-Term Healthcare Medicare, Medicaid, and SSI Issues

  • Sam W. Boone, Jr., Sam W. Boone, Jr., P.A.
    We provide legal assistance in North Central Florida to our clients in the areas of special needs trust drafting and administration, as well as estate planning (wills and trusts), probate and trust administration, guardianship, elder law and asset protection planning.

  • School Law Center, LLC
    At the School Law Center, we understand the importance of a child’s education and work to ensure that each child has the chance to reach their full potential. Sometimes children need an advocate to speak for them when they cannot speak for themselves. At the School Law Center, we provide high quality legal representation for individual students, their families, and groups of students and/or families or agencies serving students and their families in all areas of education law. Experience in Special Education, Discipline, Juvenile Justice, Bullying & Harassment and Discrimination Claims.

  • Scott C. Suzuki, Attorney-at-Law
    Scott C. Suzuki, J.D., M.P.H., is an estate planning attorney who concentrates his practice in the areas of elder law and special needs planning. These practice areas involve complex and holistic long-range planning for families and individuals with special health care concerns and/or diminished (or diminishing) capacity. Common services range from traditional estate planning work (e.g. wills, revocable trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives) to highly technical planning relating to public benefits (e.g. Medicaid and Social Security), long-term care, elder abuse, guardianships, conservatorships and a variety of Special Needs Trusts. Mr. Suzuki is an assistant instructor for the Elder Law course at the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law, where he also works as an attorney for the University of Hawaii Elder Law Program. Mr. Suzuki is Hawaii’s only member by invitation of the Special Needs Alliance, a national, not for profit organization of attorneys dedicated to the practice of disability and public benefits law.

  • Sheri R. Abrams, Social Security Disability & Special Needs Trusts Attorney
    Sheri R. Abrams, Attorney at Law, has been practicing Social Security Disability Law, Estate Planning, Elder Law and Special Needs Planning for more than 20 years. Sheri is rated “AV Preeminent”, the highest rating possible by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, and was named a “Super Lawyer,” one of the “Best Lawyers in America,” one of Virginia’s “Top Rated Lawyers” and one of Virginia’s “Legal Elite.” Sheri is active in many different professional organizations including the Virginia State Bar, District of Columbia Bar, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (VAELA), where she serves on the Board of Directors, the Academy of Special Needs Planners and the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives (NOSSCR), where she served on the Board of Directors from 2011 to 2013. Sheri is a volunteer Attorney for “Trial Lawyers Care” an organization that provides free legal help to those impacted by the 9/11 tragedy, the Legal Advisory Board of the National Capitol Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Virginia Hospital Center Legacy Committee, LINC (The Legal Information Network for Cancer), and the Virginia Bar Association’s Disaster Legal Assistance Program. Sheri graduated Cum Laude from Boston University’s School of Management with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and earned her Juris Doctor from George Washington University. She is admitted to all local courts, including the United States Supreme Court.

  • Shirley B Whitenack, Esq., Schenck, Price and King, LLP
    Shirley B. Whitenack is a partner with Schenck, Price, Smith & King’s Litigation Department and Tax, Trusts and Estates Department. She has a varied practice in civil litigation on the trial and appellate levels in federal and state courts. Ms. Whitenack devotes a substantial portion of her practice to trust and estate litigation and elder and disability law, particularly surrogate arrangements to protect the elderly and people with disabilities, special needs planning and Medicaid Appeals. She also is a co-chair of the firm’s Fiduciary Litigation Practice Group and co-chair of the firm’s Elder and Disability Law Practice Group.

  • Special Education Attorneys (Arizona)
    Law firm representing special needs students and their families. Our attorneys include a former special education teacher and school administrator, 18 years, in NYC , and a parent of a special needs child who has been advocating for 15 years for her son. AV-rated attorneys, experienced in IEPs, due process, suspensions, expulsions, bullying, etc.

  • Special Needs Tax Credit Alliance, Inc.
    As a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, SNTCA is dedicated to creating legislation to allow a federal “refundable tax credit” of up to $5,000, to reimburse low and moderate income families for the legal expenses of establishing Guardianship for an individual with disabilities, dementia or Alzheimer’s, or any other physical or cognitive condition requiring a legal guardian. We have worked with former US Congressman Robert Wexler (Florida- 19th District) and current Congressman Ted Deutch (Florida- 19th District) , and hope to introduce a Bill before Congress in the 2010-2011 legislative session.

  • Steinbacher, Goodall, Yurchak
    Amos Goodall’s practice emphasizes Elder law and business organization, litigation and planning as well as real estate litigation. He advises persons and families with estate planning concerns, competency issues and estate administrations.Mr. Goodall has extensive involvement in community affairs.

  • Stephen W Dale, Esq., The Dale Law Firm, PC
    A primary focus of the Dale Law Firm, PC is serving the needs of persons with disabilities and their families. The firm is dedicated to advocacy of the needs of persons with disabilities, prevention of abuse, and assisting them to achieve as much independence as is possible.

  • Steven H Jacobs, Betty, Neuman & McMahon, PLC
    Areas of practice: Bussiness and corporate Law, Family Law, Real Estate, Estate Planning, Trusts and Probate.

  • Stevens and Brand LLP
    At Stevens & Brand, L.L.P., we provide high quality legal services at a reasonable cost. We seek to help our clients find practical solutions to legal issues.
    Whenever possible, we help our clients avoid legal problems before they occur. Should the worst happen, however, we are here to help them through any legal challenges they encounter. We are always looking for the best solution for our clients, whether in or out of the courtroom.
    Collectively, our team of lawyers provides over 100 years of experience. Contact us today to learn what our legal team can do for you.
    “Our job is to make our clients’ lives easier.” – Jack Brand

  • Stuart D Zimring, Esq., Attorney at Law
    We are a broad-based firm concentrating in Elder Law, Estate and Life Planning and transactions involving family businesses. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide our clients with high quality personalized service in a cost-effective manner.

  • Susan Feller Heiligenthal, Attorney at Law
    Attorney representing parents with problems with school districts, especially with children with special needs.

  • Sussan & Greenwald Special Education Attorneys
    The Firm’s practice is limited to the representation of children with disabilities and their parents in matters involving disputes with New Jersey school districts. Legal services commence with the initial interview, and where necessary continue on with mediation and due process. Our staff is committed to resolving disputes at the earliest practical time, but also prepares for litigation.

  • The Law Office of Angela N. Manz, P.C.
    The Law Office of Angela N. Manz is a leading firm providing special needs planning, estate planning and elder law for Virginia and North Carolina residents.

  • The Law Office of Lillian E. Wong, LLC (Massachusetts)
    Massachusetts education attorney Lillian E. Wong has one goal: to ensure your child receives a quality education. Ms. Wong has represented clients at IEP meetings, manifestation determinations, due process hearings and settlement negotiations. Ms. Wong has advocated for her clients’ inclusion in the general education setting and helped other clients obtain private placements.

  • The Law Office of Michael L. Kiser
    Mike Kiser has limited his primary practice to representing Illinois special education and general education students for over eight years. He has also worked as a special education teacher, a school administrator and a school attorney. In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree in English, he has earned Master’s Degrees in English education and in special education, a Doctorate in Educational Administration, and a Law Degree. Mike has the privilege and the rewards of representing children in obtaining the school assistance and services that they deserve and to which they are entitled. His greatest professional accomplishment is that, by relying on both his education and his legal expertise, he frequently persuades schools to provide children with services in excess of the schools’ legal obligations. Mike frequently provides workshops and seminars for parents, for educators, and for school board members, and he has provided services and served as a board member for a number of not-for-profit organizations.

  • The Law Office of Patricia S. Phelan
    My special education law practice is dedicated exclusively to representing parents and guardians of students of all ages with disabilities seeking to obtain a free and appropriate education under the law.

  • The Law Offices of Eric Ransleben
    We offered advocacy services to students with special needs in the public school system. Services range from representation at the local school to administrative hearings and appeal.

  • The Platt Law Firm
    I am an attorney practicing in Atlanta, Georgia, and I represent parents and students in disputes with the School Districts.

  • Theresa Varnet at Spain, Spain, & Varnet- Attorneys at Law
    The attorneys practice principally in the areas of general estate planning, probate court matters, corporate law, real estate, employment, and family law with a special concentration in issues unique to families with members who have special needs or are elderly. Several members of the firm are licensed in multiple states.

  • Thiel Andersen and Kukla, P.L.L.P.
    I represent clients in dealing with all legal issues related to having a permanent disability. This includes estate planning with a supplemental or special needs trust, guardianship/conservatorship, Social Security, Medical Assistance (Medicaid) and housing.

  • Thomas Clark Law LLC
    Illinois Attorney who provides special needs planning and guardianship services. The parent of a child with autism, I understand the benefits of meeting at the client’s home in the evening or on weekends.

  • Thomas D Begley, Jr., Esq., Begley & Bookbinder, PC
    We can protect your assets from the cost of nursing home or other long-term care .We can assure security for your spouse and provide legacy for children. We can guide you through the Medicaid Application maze and save you time and money We can help you insure that your lifetime of hard work and careful planning will benefit you during your lifetime and your loved ones after your death. We can help you avoid paying unnecessary taxes. We can save you time and money by assisting you in complying with the Prudent Investor Act, The Income and Principal Accounting Act, and by preparing and filing all Federal and State Income, Estate, Inheritance and Gift Tax returns. We will help you avoid personal liability as Executor or Trustee that can arise by making an honest mistake with the administration of an estate or trust. We can assist you in insuring that a tort victim retains public benefits including SSI and Medicaid while benefiting from the significant tort recovery. We can prevent a malpractice claim being filed against the PI attorney for failing to protect those benefits for his/her client.

  • Thomas S. Nelson, Special Education Attorney
    Our goal is to advocate for an appropriate education for Children with Special Needs, allowing them to reach their full potential and make meaningful contributions to society. We are committed to empowering families through education and enforcement of their child’s special education rights. We also represent Regular Education Students facing expulsion proceedings. Serving San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, Orange and San Bernadino Counties.

  • Thompson, Wildhack, PLC

    Thompson Wildhack PLC is a boutique law firm located in Arlington, Virginia providing caring and professional legal representation primarily in the areas of estate planning, special needs planning, guardianship and conservatorship, elder law, and estate and trust administration to individuals in Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. The firm was established in 2012 when Kelly Thompson and Betsey Wildhack, both native Arlingtonians with deep ties to the community, merged their long standing and well-respected law practices.

    At Thompson Wildhack PLC, we understand that every client and every situation is unique. We invest the time to understand our clients, their needs, and their objectives in order to effectively serve our clients. Our small size allows us to provide the immediate and personal attention required to assist our clients in their personal matters. Whether it is obtaining guardianship for your special needs child and planning for their care, planning for your own incapacity, or settling the estate of a loved one, Thompson Wildhack is here to help.

  • Timothy L Takacs, Esq., Attorney at Law
    Aging, disability and chronic illness raise tough questions for families. Elder Law Practice of Timothy L. Takacs has the answers. For more than a decade, the Elder Law Practice of Timothy L. Takacs has been helping families respond to the legal, financial, physical and psychological challenges presented by long life, illness and disability. As an elder law practice that specializes in Life Care Planning, we help families protect assets and coordinate care. Founder Timothy L. Takacs, CELA, one of the most respected elder law attorneys in the nation, leads an interdisciplinary team of care coordinators and other professionals who work together to enhance the quality of life for elders.

  • Vermont State Department of Education
    The department’s special education consultants provide technical assistance to schools and other organizations to help ensure that schools understand and comply with federal and state laws and regulations related to providing special education services. In addition, the special education division offers a due process procedure to parents who have concerns about the services offered to their children.

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  • Waypoint Estate and Business Planning
    Attorney Donald G. Olsen is the owner and founder of Waypoint Estate and Business Planning and the Law Offices of Donald G. Olsen located in Lincolnshire, Illinois. As a member of the American Academy of Special Needs Planners and other national organizations, as well as being the father of a special needs child, Mr. Olsen is keenly aware of the legal issues which every special needs family must address in order to provide a secure future for their loved ones. Our law firm can help you set up a comprehensive estate plan which will ensure that your loved one remains eligible for important government benefits while at the same time allowing you to set aside additional assets to meet your loved one’s other needs.

  • Wesley E Wright, Esq., Wright Abshire, Attorneys, PC
    Every client has different wants and needs, whether it is naming an agent under a Texas durable power of attorney to handle your property and financial affairs if you are incapacitated or setting up a supplemental needs trust in order to ensure a disabled family member’s access to needed public benefits. Every client deserves the most experienced and knowledgeable elder law attorneys available. Wesley E. Wright and Molly Dear Abshire both share an intense, focused interest in legal issues that are very important to your well-being, whether it is setting up a Miller Trust fund or an advance directive. We are professionals committed to finding the best solutions for you. Our talented and innovative team will help you with the details of elder law issues, including legal guardianship in Texas, so you can enjoy life to the fullest.

  • Wiscarson Law, A Professional Corporation
    Our philosophy is simple – “The child is the client.” We remain focused on the child’s needs and legal entitlements. Our background and experience in both education law and special needs within our own families helps parents solve their child’s education issues. Education law is a complex and constantly evolving myriad of federal, regional and state rules, regulations and cases. As a parent, it is difficult to understand this ever-changing area of law and figure out how to apply it to your child’s unique situation. We can help you by working with you and your School District or Education Service District in a variety of ways. Wiscarson Law helps hundreds of families every year. In most situations, Wiscarson Law improves education for families and their children simply by working with school and district personnel. A small number of cases each year lead to some kind of formal legal process, such as state complaints, state due process filings and Office for Civil Rights Complaints. Of those cases that go to a formal legal process, 95.16% filed by Wiscarson Law are resolved favorably through negotiated settlements, rather than a formal decision-making process.