Oviedo, Florida (PRWEB) October 25, 2013
For more than a decade, the Law Offices of Hoyt and Bryan, under the guidance of founders Peggy Hoyt and Randy Bryan, have been the leading force in local estate planning and elder law issues. Hoyt & Bryan is especially aware of, and involved with, the unique challenges that come with estate planning and legal advice for people with special needs.
“The fact is, while there are a lot of government resources available for those with special needs,” said Peggy Hoyt, “it’s often very difficult and complicated to navigate the convoluted application process – and even when approved, it can still be difficult to stay up to date on compliance requirements to maintain your approved status. And people with special needs are often the least equipped to do this detailed work. That’s our role in society: To help these people. And that’s why we support The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and their designation of October as National Special Needs Law Month.”
The firm organized a Special Needs Conference in September, 2013 to offer information and advice on a variety of subjects often encountered by individuals with special needs, including transition planning, APD Waitlist, Individual Education Programs (IEPs), Guardianships, and Guardian Advocacy. The conference was well-received and is an annual event.
The Law Offices of Hoyt & Bryan is central Florida’s leading Elder Law and Estate Planning law firm. Their office is located at 254 Plaza Drive, Oviedo, Florida.