CCDC Probate Power

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Disability & Special Needs Planning

When a loved one has special needs, careful planning is necessary to ensure the individual is provided for in the future. Special needs planning frequently revolves around maintaining public benefits eligibility for the individual with special needs. We understand, firsthand, the impact that a special needs family member can have on family and how important public benefits eligibility can be in the life of a person with a disability. Chris Brock, Probate Power’s managing attorney, is a paraplegic and a past recipient of both Medicaid and SSI. Further, the vast majority of CCDC employees are individuals with disabilities who either receive public benefits or have helped individuals become eligible. We know that many people lay awake at night worrying about what will happen to their loved one with special needs once they are gone.                                                                                                                                                                                                    Probate Power can help address all your concerns. Special needs situations differ greatly, and we understand a one-size fits all approach does not work for our clients with special needs. Whether through a Special Needs Trust, ABLE account, or other special needs planning choices, we will discuss your options and create a plan for your family that protects your loved one with special needs and addresses his or her unique needs and wishes. Please contact us today to schedule an appointment for your FREE consultation. 


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We at Probate Power know that finding the right attorney to represent you can be a difficult decision. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, discuss your options, and determine the best course of action for you and your family.