Guardianship Can Be a Helpful Tool

With all the changes that have taken place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including social isolation and broken routines, we are finding that some people who were once “stable” and able to manage their daily affairs safely are now unable to do so.   They may be eloping, refusing food or medication, or maybe even having […]

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What?! Now Graduation is Cancelled??

The Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Education have issued a joint statement which basically wipes out the idea of a traditional graduation ceremony for our high school seniors, and college seniors as well.  We feared this might happen, but now it’s real.  I named my children for this moment…their high school […]

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Your COVID-19 Practical Preparedness Plan

The COVID-19 pandemic is difficult for all of us.  Economic, psychological, and most important, physical health is on the top of everyone’s mind during just about all waking hours.  We must stay strong for our vulnerable and remember that with the right preparedness and planning, this too shall pass. Estate plans are vitally important to […]

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Defining a Student’s Legal Rights to Special Ed During COVID-19

This is an unbelievable time. We are embarking on uncharted territory as COVID-19 affects everything from small businesses, to taxes, elections, sporting events, and even the supply and demand of toilet paper. With mandated school closures across Ohio and much of the country, families, administrators, and lawmakers are scrambling to put procedures together and are […]

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Special Education in the Midst of COVID-19

We find ourselves in unprecedented times, with schools closed to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. It can be overwhelming and uncertain, but as your trusted advocate, I am here to help guide you through the process and provide the best information I can. Here is what I can tell you right now. This […]

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Check Your Voting Location – It May Have Changed!

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has issued a directive to all county Board of Elections to move voting locations where seniors reside due to COVID-19 concerns.  There are 36 Cuyahoga County voting locations changing as listed on the Board of Elections site.  If the change affects you, you should receive a postcard from the […]

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Can I Be Paid for Caring for My Elderly Parent?

Taking care of an elderly parent – even providing necessary supervision – can be the only thing keeping Mom or Dad out of assisted living or a nursing home.  But providing that care can be a full-time endeavor for the caretaker, often requiring significant, life-changing decisions about their own income and living arrangements.  The Medicaid […]

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