Our attorneys are knowledgeable and experienced in several areas of the law. To read more about the types of cases we handle, please visit our practice areas listed below.
We have handled every aspect of school law and special education. We exclusively represent either parents or organizations serving children or adults with disabilities and including these areas as well.
Guardianship is assumed when one is chosen or appointed to care for, make the legal decisions for, and manage the property of a person who is either a minor or is partially or completely incapacitated. Medicaid Waiver programs help provide services to disabled or elderly people who would otherwise be in an institution, nursing home, or hospital, allowing individuals to receive long-term care within their community.
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