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The Legal Tools that are Available When an Individual with a Disability turns 18

I recently had the pleasure of presenting for PATH Parent to Parent/Family Voices of Connecticut, a non-profit organization that provides information and support to families who have a child with developmental or other health-related needs. 

PATH asked me to speak about the legal decision-making tools that are available when an individual with a disability turns 18. 

I spoke about the spectrum of planning options, including Advance Directives, Power of Attorneys, Supported Decision Making Agreements, and Conservatorship/Guardianship.

If you are planning for a loved one who is nearing the age of 18, it is a useful presentation to watch.  If you have any questions, please contact our office directly.

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If you have questions about your estate plans or have had a life change similar to one described above, please contact our offices or call us at 860-238-0031 to talk about how we can help.

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