When a special needs child turns 18, he or she becomes an adult in the eyes of the law. That means they have the right to make own decisions about their medical treatment, finances and life choices. Unfortunately, many children with severe special needs lack the legal competency to manage their own affairs effectively, understand the decisions they must make or appreciate the consequences of those decisions. I have helped many families of severely disabled children navigate the often very complex rules and regulations in those situations, including:
- Powers of Attorney;
- Court Ordered Guardianships; and
- Special Needs Trusts.
Please contact me today for a free one-hour consultation and learn
about your legal rights.”