Saturday, April 18, 2015

Estate Planning for Parents of Developmentally Challenged and Mentally Ill Children

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) seeks input from #lawyers who have advice for parents of children or adults with Autism, epilepsy, Downs syndrome, and mental illness. The time to establish trust funds and name reliable executors to their children's estates is now. AIMI does not want to write articles about these children being cruelly incarcerated for their mental illnesses and developmental disabilities weeks after their parents' demise if this could be avoided by proper planning.
If you have advice for middle class people who wish to prepare for their children with such disabilities and some with elderly parents experiencing old-age dementia, AIMI would appreciate your input. Please write or recommend articles about preparing for the continuing needs of mentally challenged relatives after one's demise. Most AIMI members are poor or middle class families, but there must be some arrangements that middle income people can make so that their mentally challenged loved ones will be less likely to experience homelessness, incarceration, or police violence after the main caretakers' deaths.
Many of the families with whom AIMI works are headed by people who are approaching middle age and worry how their grown children who have mental dysfunctions will manage after their own demise. Every day, young couples give birth to children who have Down syndrome, Autism or some other impairment. Estate planning for these families is of the utmost importance. Do you have advice and provide services for them, lawyers?

Attorneys who wish to advertise with AIMI should email Mary Neal, AIMI's director at the addresses below. Reasonable rates apply. Potential clients need criminal lawyers and civil rights attorneys as well as estate lawyers. Your legal services will be featured and run indefinitely at "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" articles and will be mentioned during our "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" and/or our "Human Rights Demand" radio broadcasts. I would welcome interviewing an estate law firm about preparing for sick and disabled people when mom and dad are no longer with them.

Your advertising would be appreciated. Otherwise, please comment below with a recommended article, or recommend your own law firm to help people with needs that are peculiar to families with mentally ill members and dependents with developmental disabilities. AIMI's main objective is getting such families the information that they need. Thank you in advance for your help making Legal Victories possible for families with such challenges.

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