Reliable Disability & Estate Planning Through Every Age & Stage of Life

Hartford Disability & Estate Planning Attorney

Our Practice Areas

Legally speaking, caring for an elderly loved one or a family member with special needs can be a complex and difficult process. There are specific legal and financial matters you will need to face, and it is important to do so with the information and guidance it takes to make the right choices. The decisions you make about housing, public benefits, estate planning, and other related issues will have an immediate impact on both your life and the life of your loved one, as well as significant impacts in the future.

At Disability Planning Partners, we tailor our services to our clients. Our goal is to help you make the best possible plan of action for your current and future legal needs. Our dedicated Hartford disability and estate planning lawyers believe in creating real, lasting partnerships with each and every client. You can count on our team to be with you through all ages and stages of disability. We believe in the value of planning for a disability even when an individual is currently healthy. We can help you create an entire disability plan instead of just preparing paperwork for a disability trust. Our practice areas focus on the unique legal needs of individuals that fall under each of the four spheres of disability, including intellectual and developmental disabilities, younger onset disease processes, catastrophic injuries, and age-related disabilities. No matter your specific goals, our firm is here to help.

To learn more, give us a call at (860) 846-2247. We are happy to answer your questions!

Special Needs Planning, Elder Law & Estate Planning Services

Disability Planning Partners offers a wide range of special needs planning services in Hartford and across Connecticut.

Our team is happy to assist you with the following and more:

  • Estate Planning: We can help with all areas of estate planning to protect your wishes and ensure they are carried out when you pass on. This includes asset protection planning and drafting wills, healthcare directives, revocable living trusts, and durable powers of attorney.
  • Probate: Interested in finding out how to avoid probate with a trust? We can help with this and other probate-related issues, including federal and state estate tax, estate administration, and fiduciary services.
  • Trusts: If you are interested in establishing a trust or trusts for a loved one with a disability, we can help you understand the financial responsibilities and expectations of a fiduciary, as well as discretionary powers.
  • Special Needs Planning: Supplemental needs trusts, special needs trusts, Medicare set-asides, public benefits, settlement planning, and collaborative family meetings—these are all areas of special needs planning that we can handle. We are here to help through all of life’s major transitions.
  • Elder Law: If you are responsible for caring for an elderly loved one, you may be dealing with issues related to nursing home care, Medicaid, asset protection, geriatric care, and more. Disability Planning Partners can offer experienced help in all areas of elder law to protect your loved one.

For more information about our Hartford estate and disability planning services, call our offices at (860) 846-2247.

Meet Your Disability
Planning Partners

Securing Better Futures for Our Clients

Our team is committed to championing your best interests and the best interests of your family and loved ones. When it comes to estate, disability, or special needs planning, we go above and beyond for every one of our clients. Our dedicated attorneys can answer your questions, address your concerns, and provide you with the peace of mind you need in knowing your future is secure.
  • Devoted & Trusted Advocates
  • Personalized Legal Counsel
  • Creating Lasting Relationships
  • Committed to Your Convenience

Make Sure Your Wishes Are Carried Out!

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