SPECIAL NEEDS PLANNING AND ELDER LAW
Every child deserves the best opportunities.
We advocate today for your loved one’s tomorrow.
Providing client-focused solutions, BELTRANO LAW strives to help parents and families establish care plans that promote a child or loved one's continued quality of life as well as provide the legal protections needed for a more secure future.
Services include, but are not limited to, education and accommodation advocacy, guardianships, and special needs trusts.
The firm is led by attorney and registered nurse Michelle Beltrano.
Michelle Beltrano brings nearly two decades of health care experience as a registered nurse and legal compliance professional as well as cutting-edge legal representation to assist individuals and families with all aspects of health and regulatory law, elder law, long term care planning and special needs planning.
The Beltrano Law office is located in Greenwich but Michelle is always willing to meet the client in the location most convenient to them.
Every child deserves the best opportunities. We advocate today for your loved one’s tomorrow. Providing client-focused solutions, Beltrano Law strives to help parents and families establish care plans that promote a child or loved one's continued quality of life as well as provide the legal protections needed for a more secure future. Services include, but are not limited to, education and accommodation advocacy, guardianships, and special needs trusts. The firm is led by attorney and registered nurse Michelle Beltrano.
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