At Young Law Offices, PLLC, we are all about you. Your legal matter, your needs, your quality of life are our priorities. We have been serving clients throughout Raleigh, NC and the surrounding areas since 2008. Attorney Rhonda Young and her team are passionate about helping their clients and finding solutions that work for them, whether they are appealing a denial for social security disability, going through a divorce, or planning their estate. Client service is the bread and butter of our firm – we promptly return all phone calls and emails and are here for you when you need us. That’s our gold standard.
We Are Committed to Meeting Your Needs, Now & In the Future
Social Security Disability
Social security benefits can help parents of children with disabilities by providing them with monthly income. In terms of SSI benefits, a child is someone who is unmarried and is not the head of a household, and is either under 18 or is under 22 and is a student regularly attending school. Children can be eligible for SSI from birth if they are determined to have severe physical or mental limitations or meet the requirements for blindness. Once a child reaches the age of 18, they are tested under the SSI requirements for adults.
Conditions in children that may qualify for SSI include:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Extremely low birth weight
- HIV infection
- Severe intellectual disabilities
- Total deafness or blindness
Attorney Rhonda Young and her team can work with you and your child to help you apply for social security benefits. If your child’s SSI application has been denied, she can help you appeal – give us a call immediately.
Estate Planning & Administration
It’s never too early or late to begin creating a will or trust or to plan for your retirement. Our team will work with you and ensure your assets are protected.
Our estate planning process consists of four levels:
- Incapacity Planning (includes Power of Attorney, Advance Medical Directive, and HIPAA Authorization)
- Last Will & Testament
- Last Will and Testament with Testamentary Trusts
- Revocable Living Trust
The level you choose depends on your unique situation, and we will guide you to the choice that is best for your estate.
Our process involves an initial consultation in which we answer any questions you might have and begin drafting your estate plan. About a month later, we will review your documents with you and ensure you understand and agree with them. Then, you will sign the documents and your plan will be put in place. We will then schedule a funding meeting at which we ensure any asset transfers are proceeding as they should.
But it doesn’t just stop there. We will be here for you long into the future, creating a lasting relationship with you. Every three years we review your plan and will update you on law changes that may affect it. We can also help you adjust your estate plan as your needs and situations change.
When it comes to family law cases, we understand what is on the line – your financial security, your children’s future, your quality of life. When you are going through a separation or divorce, the team at Young Law Offices, PLLC is on your side. We offer negotiation and litigation services for even the most complex cases, working toward the best possible outcome. Our team informs you throughout the entire process about the marital estate and your rights per your situation.
We offer legal services in the following areas of family law:
- Premarital, Postnuptial and Property Settlement Agreements
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Spousal Support (Post Separation Support and Alimony)
- Equitable Distribution (Property Division)
To learn more about our services, or to schedule a consultation, contact us today at 919-758-8644. We look forward to providing you with representation you can rely on, and to building a relationship of trust with you.
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