Tag Archives: Siblings

Resources for Siblings of Children with Disabilities

Many parents find it challenging to balance the care and attention they give to each child, but this can be especially difficult when one child has a disability and another does not. Caring for a child with a disability can … Continue reading

Posted in Medical malpractice law | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Should I Disinherit My Child with Special Needs and Leave the Money to Siblings Instead?

For many children with special needs, access to government programs is critical to their overall well-being. However, programs like Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are needs-based, and any money given to a child with disabilities could cause them to … Continue reading

Posted in Administrative law | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Case Law Update: Separating Siblings

I sometimes have clients who, for whatever reason, think that they should have custody over one child, while there spouse should have custody of their other child. As a general rule, courts are against splitting siblings between parents, and that … Continue reading

Posted in Divorce Law | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment