Collaboration Between Financial Professionals and Estate Planning Attorneys During COVID–19

Our Estate Planning Department continues to present a series of free virtual seminars to assist families and professionals in coping with issues related to the current health crisis, while planning for next steps in the weeks and months to follow.  This third presentation entitled “Collaboration Between Financial Professionals and Estate Planning Attorneys During COVID–19”  is…

Friday, June 26th, 2020: Free Live Webinar on Special Education and COVID-19

“Reflecting on Remote Learning and Preparing for Future Schooling” will be presented by Caitlin McAndrews, Esq. and Jennifer Grobe, Esq., Special Education Attorneys with McAndrews, Mehalick, Connolly, Hulse and Ryan P.C. WHEN: Friday, June 26th at Noon via ZOOM OVERVIEW: With many schools reopening in some capacity this summer and districts considering options for fall…

Resolving Special Education Disputes During the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 2020 The MLO Minute: By, Michael Connolly, Esq., Supervising Partner of the Special Education Department      On Monday, June 22, 2020, the United States Department of Education issued new guidance on resolving special education disputes during the current pandemic – well, maybe not so much “new” guidance, but a reemphasis on what federal…

Thursday, June 25th, 2020: Collaboration Between Financial Professionals and Estate Planning Attorneys During COVID – 19”

Our Estate Planning Department continues to present a series of free virtual seminars to assist families and professionals in coping with issues related to the current health crisis, while planning for next steps in the weeks and months to follow. Our third presentation of the series entitled:  “Collaboration Between Financial Professionals and Estate Planning Attorneys During…

How to Respond When a School District Claims It Cannot Test for Dyslexia

June 2020 The MLO Minute: By Heather Hulse, J.D., M.S., M.A. Many school districts and charter schools misunderstand Dyslexia or the possibility of Dyslexia, and how it relates to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”).  Parents of students who are demonstrating signs of possible Dyslexia are frequently advised by their child’s school that it…

Friday, June 12th, 2020: Planning for a Family Member with a Disability During COVID–19

Our Estate Planning Department continues to present a series of free virtual seminars in the upcoming weeks to assist families and professionals in coping with issues related to the current health crisis, while planning for next steps in the weeks and months to follow. Our second presentation of the series entitled: “Planning for a Family Member…

June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month!

June 2020 The MLO Minute: By John Goldsborough, Esq. June is National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month. My daughter, Maddie, has had the invisible disability of chronic migraine for many years, which persists despite excellent medical care, and which is not just a headache. She also has had several mild concussions since the onset of…