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Hartford Special Needs Planning Attorney

Planning a Future for a Loved One with Special Needs

If you are the parent of a child with special needs or are responsible for caring for another loved one with special needs, you may have many questions and concerns. You are likely wondering how to approach planning for the future, both in terms of making sure your loved one receives quality care no matter what, and in terms of seeking available benefits through various state or federal programs. Our firm is built on the philosophy that there are four quadrants of disability, each of which requires individuals to navigate various channels in order to obtain the assistance they need. We strive to help people dealing with everything from developmental and intellectual disabilities to younger onset disease processes, catastrophic injuries, and age-related disabilities, working towards each individual's unique goals.

At Disability Planning Partners, one of our dedicated Hartford special needs planning attorneys can help you understand your rights and responsibilities as the caregiver of a person with special needs. Our team is here to not only address your immediate concerns, but to also help you plan for what to expect in the future. We work tirelessly with you to create a personalized plan that’s tailored to your exact needs, striving in every situation to build a lasting client-attorney relationship that you can rely on for years to come. We can help you create a plan that encompasses every aspect of special needs planning and can even help you develop a plan for a potential future disability.

For more information, call our team at (860) 846-2247 today!

Special Needs Planning for Every Stage of Life

Special needs planning is an intricate, nuanced process. Every single stage will involve different challenges and decisions that must be made, but the team at Disability Planning Partners is here for you every step of the way. With one of our experienced and caring Hartford special needs planning lawyers by your side, you can find peace of mind in knowing that your current and future needs are well-protected.

Our team works with you to address every stage of special needs planning:

  • You have just discovered that your unborn child will be born with special needs
  • Your child was born with special needs
  • Your child or another family member was just diagnosed with a disability
  • Your special needs child is ready to start school
  • Your child is now 18 and is not considered a “child” anymore
  • Your child is done with school and is ready to face adulthood
  • You are ready to retire
  • You want to review your options in establishing an estate plan to provide for your special needs loved one

Complex matters such as estate planning, special needs trusts, state and federal benefits, and other relevant issues require careful attention and a personalized approach. Our team is passionate about sharing our collective knowledge in order to help you attain your unique special needs planning goals. There is no issue too small for our team to consider. We’re committed to helping each and every client navigate the process from start to finish.

Interested in learning more? Contact us at (860) 846-2247 to speak with one of our attorneys.

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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.
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  • Creating Lasting Relationships
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