Two of McAndrews Law Offices’ members work for local non-profit, FLITE: Foundation for Learning in Tredyffrin/Easttown, and invite everyone to attend their upcoming annual event

Dennis McAndrews, a FLITE board member, and Allyson McAndrews, a member of the FLITE Communications Committee, encourage everyone to come out to FLITE’s annual match-up with the Harlem Wizards.  Full Press Release Below: THE HARLEM WIZARDS REUNITE THIS MARCH WITH THE FOUNDATION FOR LEARNING IN TREDYFFRIN/EASTTOWN (FLITE) FOR THEIR MOST ENERGETIC, AERODYNAMIC MATCHUP YET Community non-profit hosts…

Spanish-Language Workshop: Special Education 101

¿Tiene preguntas acerca de la educación especial? Por favor, únase con nosotros para una presentación de Tanya Alvarado, una abogada bilingue con experiencia en esta área.  Esta presentación será en español.  Por favor, comparta con las familias que puedan beneficiarse. Para inscribirse, póngase en contacto con Ramona Neidig, Librarian/Northampton County FD/FSS Coordinator, at 610-849-8076, ext.…

Special Needs Trusts In Personal Injury Cases — Addressing Some Common Misconceptions

Special Needs Trusts In Personal Injury Cases — Addressing Some Common Misconceptions As practitioners have become acutely aware of the value of Special Needs Trusts in injury cases, some misinformation has spread about the legal community which sometimes discourage the proper use of Special Needs Trust planning.  A few of these misconceptions and the accurate…

Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) vs. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) — HOW DOES ONE DISTINGUISH?

Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) vs. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)  HOW DOES ONE DISTINGUISH?   Children who have Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often exhibit many similar characteristics and behaviors.  Such behaviors include inattention and distractibility.  While it is true that often the two disorders do coexist, sometimes…

The ABLE Act—Uses and Limitations for Persons with Disabilities and Their Families

The ABLE Act—Uses and Limitations for Persons with Disabilities and Their Families  by Dennis C. McAndrews, Esq. At the end of the 2014 Congressional session, Congress passed, and the President signed, the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act, otherwise known as the ABLE Act. The plan was first introduced into Congress in 2006, and was…