Articles: Adults with Disabilites

New Guardianship Rules: What About Those Plans?
By Attorney Franklin J. Hickman

Guardians: Take Note!
By Attorney Franklin J. Hickman

In the Past 40 Years...
By Attorney Franklin J. Hickman

Consent for Care and Services Alternatives for People with Disabilities
By Attorney Franklin J. Hickman

Right to Legal Counsel Extends to Guardianship Review Hearings
By Attorney Elena A. Lidrbauch

Does My Adult Child Need a Guardian?
By Attorney Elena A. Lidrbauch

Ohio's New Self Determination (SELF) Waiver
By Attorney Franklin J. Hickman

Long May They Waive: An Overview of Waivers for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
By Attorney Franklin J. Hickman

Separating the Trees From the Forest: Why Details Matter When Drafting Documents for Individuals with Disabilities
By Attorney Amanda Buzo
Published in Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, June 2011

When Can a Trust Be Useful?

The Maze of Government Benefits: When Your "Simple" Case is Anything But
By Attorney Amanda Buzo
Published in Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal, June 2010

On Social Security Disability: Making Things Right for YOUR Clients
By Attorney Mary McKee
Published in the Lorain County Bar Association's Legal Times, Fall 2009

Children & Adults with Disabilities: The Truth is Out There
By Attorney Mary McKee

Understanding Social Security Disability Insurance
By Attorney Mary McKee
Published in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's MSConnection, June 2006

Medicaid Provides Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
By Attorney Janet Lowder, CELA

When is a Trust a "Special Needs Trust?"
By Attorney Janet Lowder, CELA

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