Guardianship or Conservatorship?

Clients often ask us what they think is a simple question: Should they seek guardianship for their loved one? However, there is never a simple answer. A basic understanding of protective arrangements is a good place to start. Manes & Weinberg [...]

Dysgraphia: Dyslexia’s Lesser Known Cousin

Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disabilities. According to the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity, approximately 20 percent of the American population have some form of dyslexia. Most people know someone with dyslexia, or are at least, familiar with [...]

What happens to your debt after you die?

Many people wonder “What happens to my debt when I die?” Likewise, some family members worry that they might inherit debt from their parents or spouse. Rest assured, debt, in and of itself, is not inheritable, and a surviving spouse or other [...]

Preparing for an Annual IEP Review

It is common for school districts to conduct the most IEP annual review meetings in the spring. These meetings are often a source of dread and anxiety for parents as they feel overwhelmed by the process, the complexity and volume of information, [...]

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