Welcome to Special Needs Lawyers, PA

We are here to help you and your family in Navigating Life’s Greatest Challenges. In addition to knowing the fine nuances of the laws, we are here to counsel and help you find solutions to some of the biggest problems we all face:

  • Having a Child with Special Needs.
  • Dealing with Incapacity.
  • Needing Long Term Care.
  • Losing a Loved One.
  • Becoming Disabled.

We can help by explaining legal options to address these Challenges. We can help clarify the morass of government assistance programs. We can often attain eligibility for programs to help with medical and long term care expenses or to maintain these benefits when they are put in jeopardy due to a personal injury award or inheritance.

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901 Chestnut Street, Suite C,
Clearwater, FL 33756

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in Trinity, Florida.

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Developmental Disability

Get help with understanding governmental programs for your family members with a developmental disability

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Creating and administering a Guardianship for your loved one is a complicated process. Let us make it easier for you.

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Elder Law

Long term care, decision making – taking care of your elderly family members raises legal issues we can help you with.

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Estate Planning

Estate planning is important, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated. We are here to make it much simpler for you.

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Medicaid Benefits

Let us assist you with Medicaid programs that can help you get long term or medical care expenses under control.

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Special Needs Trusts

With over 1,000 Special Needs Trusts drafted, we help you enhance quality of life for your special needs beneficiaries.

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Veteran Benefits

Get help in navigating through Veteran Benefits programs and receiving the assistance you or your spouse have earned.

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Probate and Trust Administration

After a loved one passes away, someone must pay the deceased person’s debts and then transfer assets to his or her heirs.

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