Iuvo Law, Inc. primarily serves people with disabilities and their families. We help families obtain guardianship and conservatorship when their disabled child reaches the age of majority, or when family members become incapacitated through traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s or dementia, or some other malady. We also help these families apply for their entitled government benefits, such as Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid, and Medicare. After obtaining government benefits it can be critical for families to establish a special needs trust in order to protect their benefits or assets, and we help with that too. The area of law these legal services encompass is called probate. Probate law seeks to answer questions relating to a person’s death or incapacity. Probate law deals with both estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney, etc.) and what to do in case someone dies or becomes incapacitated without an estate plan in place (guardianship, conservatorship, opening and closing the probate estate, etc.). Outside of helping people with disabilities, we practice all forms of estate planning and probate litigation. Helping families in Social Security cases does not fall under probate law, but is disability related and we have made this part of our practice as well.
Guardianships/Conservatorship, Probate Litigation, Estate Planning, Special Needs Trusts, Social Security Disability/SSI, and Civil Stalking Injunctions