FFFP - March 5, 2021 - Divorce and Children with Disabilities: Resources supporting families in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Divorce can make any conversation about finances challenging. The complex task of special needs planning for children with disabilities only adds to the stress.
Our upcoming free seminar will give you the facts, structure and advice you need to get the planning right the first time:
• Issues arising out of the divorce (finances, child support, alimony)
• The importance of “getting it right the first time”, to benefit your child with disabilities
• Why setting up a Special Needs Trust is essential for parents and your child with disabilities
• Virginia Family Law 2020 Legislative Update as it pertains to children with disabilities and enforcing Child Support Obligations
• And more…
Listen to our experts, ask your questions. You’ll come away with knowledge and a vital dose of confidence that the help you need is close at hand.
Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law
Catherine H. “Kate” McQueen is a Principal attorney in the Family Law Practice Group. She is licensed to practice law in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Ms. McQueen focuses her practice on the many legal issues that impact families, including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and all the issues arising out of a divorce or separation, such as custody, child support, and other financial and property issues. She also has extensive experience in guardianship and conservatorship matters for child and adults and disputes among family members regarding capacity and fiduciary issues arising out of powers of attorney, trusts, and estates.
Courtney McCarthy, Esq.
McCarthy Law PLLC
Courtney McCarthy is the founder and principal of McCarthy Law PLLC in Arlington, Virginia. A native of Northern Virginia, she practices law in the areas of Domestic Relations (divorce, custody, support, premarital agreements, separation agreements and enforcement actions), Wills, Estates and Trusts (planning, administration and litigation) and Elder Law (Guardianships and Conse