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Organization: 1st Step to Estate Planning for Families with Special Needs

It’s never too late to plan for the future when you have a child with disabilities. While it’s easy to feel that the future is far away and there will always be enough time to plan, we all know that life offers no guarantees. In fact, when it comes to making sure your child with special needs is guaranteed care, if and when you are unable to provide care, a good strategy is to prepare an estate plan — now. Planning an Estate Plan early offers important benefits. Since prior property planning saves on costly mistakes, you can save money. Also, your...

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Is Guardianship the Right Choice for Your Family?

Every parent wants the very best for their child — whether they are one or 51. Most parents must loosen the reins a bit and allow their kids to take on more responsibility when they come of age; however, for parents of children with special needs, there are several things you can do that will allow you to legally manage the medical and financial needs of your child even after he or she turns 18. You may know your child still needs your assistance, but according to the law, once a person turns 18 they have the legal right to make...

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SGW Webinar: “Preparing Your Special Needs Child for Adulthood” – March 1

Did you know that the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) offers services that will assist your child with special needs as they mature into adulthood? Indeed. many services such as locating appropriate group housing and finding a job are available to New Jersey residents who apply for and get approved for DDD services. Sussan,Greenwald & Wesler, a New Jersey law firm dedicated to working with and supporting families with special needs children, is eager to help you navigate the DDD application process. With our assistance, the services your child is entitled to receive are just a few steps away. We...

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How to avoid the 10 biggest mistakes made at IEP meetings

When you are preparing for what may very well be one of the most important meetings of your life, it’s important to be prepared. Join Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler Attorney Lenore Boyarin, Esq. on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. From 6 to 8 p.m. at the Plainfield Library, 800 Park Ave., Plainfield NJ 07060 for a fascinating and informative discussion on how you can be the best advocate for your child when seeking services by avoiding commonly made IEP meeting mistakes. The program will address misperceptions about how special education works, how to avoid making common mistakes, and how to make more informed...

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