Archive for the tag 'Disability Law'

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By: Ira M. Fingles, Esq., and S. Paul Prior, Esq., Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, P.C., Attorneys at Law Each year, school districts review and prepare individual education programs (IEPs) for the next school year. Regardless of where a child is currently placed, there is always the possibility that the district will attempt to change the […]

Hinkle, Fingles & Prior, Attorneys at Law are proud to announce the Grand Opening of our new office in Wall, New Jersey. 1540 Highway 138 Suite 204D Wall, New Jersey 07719 609-896-4200 Open House • Legal Q&A • Free Consultation JOIN US Saturday, November 23, 2013 9 AM – 2 PM 9 AM Open House: […]

If your child is under the age of three and has, or may have, a disability, he or she may be eligible for Early Intervention Services. This post offers Five Things Every Parent Should Know.

Hinkle, Fngles & Prior has estanlished a Pro bono Program, the goal of which is to provide legal representation to families that would not otherwise be able to secure this level of advocacy for their child.

Your request to be contacted to arrange an Onsite Guardianship Event from Hinkle, Fingles & Prior was successfully submitted. Thank you. A member of our staff will be contacting you soon to discuss your interest and begin the planning process.

When it comes to special education and disability law, students may be eligible for special education and related services if they have a disability that adversely impacts their learning – not just in academics, but in other areas as well. Some, like those with Asperger’s, have difficulty participating in group activities due to poor social and communication skills. Students with emotional or behavioral disabilities may struggle with life skills, self-regulation, organizational skills or coping skills. They may be eligible for services to help in these areas.

Sometimes, HOW one deals with administrators who handle service requests can make a difference in what services they receive and how soon. Here are 5 tips that can help smooth your course as you deal with your state’s disability services agency.

Use these tips and suggestions to determine if your Estate Plan or Will need updating.

By S. Paul Prior, Esq. A Special Needs Trust (SNT) is a critical part of an estate plan for families of an individual with a disability. If created properly, a SNT will preserve eligibility for various government programs for individuals with disabilities. A SNT will operate for the life of the disabled beneficiary. In some […]

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