As of June 8, 2020, OWM’s physical office locations are open for scheduled appointments and real estate settlements, adhering to all State and CDC guidelines for safe business operations.

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Please see the Fox43 News interview with Rachel Yonkunas featuring Thomas McCabe, Esquire from OWM Law, regarding landlord tenant laws and landlords’ and tenants’ rights during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, as many people continue to work from home and practice social distancing, you may finally have time to have your Will, Power of Attorney, and Advanced Directive completed. You may also want an attorney to review your Will and Powers of Attorney if you already have such documents. OWM Law is offering free initial estate planning phone conferences. To schedule your phone conference, please contact our office at 610-323-2800 or you may schedule via email by contacting Melanie at [email protected]. We look forward to working with you.

Special Needs Require Special Thought

When clients have issues to address beyond the need for a “simple” Will and Powers of Attorney, the attorneys at O'Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C. in the Special Needs Law department are ready to assist. Our attorneys are familiar with the multifaceted aspect of this complex area of the law, as well as the network of services and providers who can assist clients effectively.  It is important to speak with a special needs planning attorney, rather than another type of lawyer, because special needs planning attorneys are continually monitoring the ever-changing statutes and regulations that affect individuals with special needs.

When Should You Consult With A Special Needs Planning Attorney?

Special Needs Planning can occur at any time throughout life. However, planning ahead will afford you and your family more options and greater flexibility.

  • If you or your spouse has a disability. Our special needs law attorneys can assist you in the complexities that arise when planning for your long-term care as well as help you qualify for public benefits.
  • If you are a parent or grandparent of a child with a disability. Whether you have a child that was born with a disability or has become disabled as a result of an accident, it is important to develop a comprehensive special needs plan. If the child is eighteen or older, a guardianship may be necessary. Also, it is key that your estate plan takes into consideration the public benefits available to your child and is carefully crafted so as not disqualify them from those benefits. If assets are inherited directly by a child who is receiving public benefits, they run the risk of losing those benefits.
  • If you plan to leave an inheritance to a beneficiary that has a disability or is receiving public benefits.

Speak With A Lawyer Today

Our special needs planning attorneys understand the necessity of a person with a disability utilizing all available public benefits. We will assist you in learning about the resources available to you. To reach us, call our office at 610-323-2800 or reach out through our online form.