Finding a fair and equitable agreement when parties are divorcing is often a challenge. When parents of a child with special needs separate and divorce, the challenge is magnified. Based upon both our personal and professional experience, it is critical to bring parents into agreement on a plan that does not take sides, but focuses on representing the needs of their child.
This means planning for families with unique sets of circumstances. We can help.
- Based upon our understanding of the obstacles children with special needs may have in growing up, we can describe and define the needs of the child.
- Based upon the child’s unique situation, we can quantify the amount of financial support necessary to meet these needs, for the short- and long-term.
- We will connecting parents, when interested, with various agencies that provide support services.
- We inform parents about available government programs.
We welcome an opportunity to discuss how our services can help in cases of divorce and provide the best plan for a child’s lifetime supports. As a basic resource not customized for families of individuals with special needs, download the pre-divorce checklist below.