How to Recognize When You Need a Special Needs Attorney
- My child born with or having acquired a disability through injury/illness has turned 18 years of age.
- I am wrestling with the decision whether a guardianship or conservatorship is necessary to protect my child with special needs.
- I am an aging parent of a child with special needs who has done no long-term care planning and I do not have enough income or savings to meet my long-term care needs and the needs of my child.
- I am a disabled individual who has or will apply for government needs-based benefits and I have assets and income above the amounts permitted by those programs.
- I, as a grandparent or other extended family member want to leave money in my Will for the benefit of a child with special needs.
- I am a disabled individual who has received money through a settlement, judgment or award and risks losing my government benefits.