Special Education Advocacy :: & Estate Planning
Here To Advocate For Your Special Needs Child and Help You Protect Your Loved Ones
A Lowcountry Law Firm Built to be Different
IEP Special Education Attorney Advocate for South Carolina Special Needs Families
Navigating an IEP or 504 meeting is overwhelming. Trying to figure out how to help your child who is struggling or behind grade level is beyond stressful.
You voice your concerns to your child’s teacher and principal, but it feels as though no one hears you. You are upset and starting to feel defeated. Does this sound familiar?
If this is your story, you are no longer alone on the IEP, 504, and special education journey. We are here to guide and support you so you can be a strong, meaningful advocate for your special needs child.
We work as a team to help your special needs child have a meaningful future where she thrives to the best of his/her ability.
Wills & Trusts Attorney for families and individuals in South Carolina
Thinking about creating a will and/or trust is scary. You are unsure where to begin and it’s not comfortable thinking about the days when you are no longer around.
We understand. We feel the same way.
For this reason, we have created our wills and trusts services specifically for you. The process is straightforward and convenient to help you feel at ease and confident while you protect your loved ones and your wishes.
You are busy and you may feel more comfortable talking about the future from the comfort of your home. For your comfort, we offer virtual meetings when your schedule allows.
We are to educate you and help you make the difficult decisions.
Simply reach out and we will take care of the rest
A Few Reasons
You understand your life better than anyone. Therefore,
we always listen first before offering advice.
You are our client, not a number. We take your life
and your emotions seriously.
You will always be informed. We keep communication
lines open throughout our relationship.
You deserve the truth. We tell you like it is, even if
we know it’s not what you want to hear.