Special Needs

November 7, 2018November Special Needs Newsletter

Our November Special Needs newsletter is now available. This month you will learn about who can set up ABLE accounts, the rise of social security payments in 2019 and more. For any questions you have regarding these and other special needs issues, contact Co-Chair Richard Miller. Click here to read this month's issue....

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September 24, 2018Mandelbaum Salsburg Supports Kessler Stroll n' Roll

Mandelbaum Salsburg proudly supported the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation Stroll n' Roll event held on September 23rd. Arla D. Cahill, Co-Chair of the Firm's Special Needs Practice Group and Associate Brian Block shared with attendees the various ways the Firm can offer legal assistance for those caring for a loved one with special needs....

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13 Feb2017 Mandelbaum Salsburg Year in Review

We are pleased to share our 2017 Year in Review which highlights some of the Firm's notable successes during the last year. We are thankful to our clients who have allowed us to continue doing what we love. We continue to expand our practice areas and bench to reflect our clients needs....

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22 SepRichard Miller to Speak at NJICLE Program on "Handling Contested Guardianships"

On Thursday October 5th Richard Miller, Chair of the Firm's Elder Law Practice Group and Co-Chair of its Special Needs Practice Group will be presenting as part of a panel on "Handling Contested Guardianships"at the New Jersey Law Center. This NJICLE course will cover what to do when the matter unavoidably ends up in a courtroom. Attorneys can learn tools to effectively represent their clients and learn about the latest cases dealing with guardianships and what the holdings mean to you!...

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19 JunShawna Brown Joins Mandelbaum Salsburg's Elder Law, Trusts & Estates and Special Needs Groups

We are pleased to welcome Shawna A. Brown who has joined the Firm’s growing Elder Law, Trusts & Estates and Special Needs Practice Groups as an Associate. She focuses her practice on estate administration and litigation, including contested and uncontested probate, administration and accounting proceedings. Prior to joining Mandelbaum Salsburg, Shawna was an associate at a New York City law firm where she counseled the Public Administrator of New York County in connection with estate administration. She earned her B.A. from Rutgers University and her J.D. from New York Law School. She is admitted in New York and New Jersey....

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10 MarSpring 2017 Special Needs Newsletter

The Firm’s Special Needs Practice Group has issued its Spring 2017 Newsletter which highlights recent developments in the area of Special Needs Law such as recent Supreme Court decisions, a new child support termination law and its impact on the special needs child and adult,...

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