Welcome! If you have a child with a disability, you're likely in the right place. Since 1981 I have concentrated my law practice in helping parents who have a child with a disability set up plans to safeguard their child with a disability.
My two brothers: Jon and Dr. Dave.
"I have never seen so much information in one place in my entire life about future planning for a child with a disability...This book has already answered every single question that I've ever had about the future, in regards to my son, who has autism."
"Using this book is probably the single most important planning step that you can take for your child.”
“For the last 25 years, I have worked with parents/families in varying administrative roles responding to their questions and concerns regarding the future of family members who have disabilities. Always I wished I would have had this type of information available. This book is very well written and I really can’t think of a piece of information that is missing.”
"Planning For The Future is a book we distribute at all Arc events. We have found it to be a great deal of value and very easy to understand for all parents concerned about planning."
"This book is easily understood and very helpful in addressing the many issues that face parents with disabled children.”
"Our work has been positively and significantly enhanced by this resource that removes the mystery from an extremely complex, too often avoided, legal and personal dilemma for families confronted with the many issues of disability. Going beyond my expectations, these authors have created a resource readable and practical for families experiencing disability and the professionals who support family efforts."
"As the mother of a son who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia, I have worked for several years with a dedicated group of people who were concerned about the future of family members with severe disabilities. This book has the answers to all the questions that have haunted me. I congratulate the authors for their expertise, and their obvious compassion for people with disabilities."
L. Mark Russell, copyright, all rights reserved, 2015