Adoption Subsidy Negotiation
Adoption And Guardianship Subsidies For Special Needs Children
If you are interested in adopting or becoming the legal guardian of a special needs or hard to place child, you are likely entitled to significant subsidies to raise that child and ensure that he or she receives the services and interventions needed.
At Grob & Eirich, LLC, in metro Denver, we are highly experienced in negotiating federal and state county only subsidies. We have handled over 100 subsidy cases and are very successful at securing the highest amount of benefits available. In fact, we are routinely requested to speak on subsidy negotiation across the country, and have trained other attorneys and published articles on this topic. Contact our thorough and experienced adoption subsidy law firm today.
Negotiating The Subsidies You Need To Complete Your Adoption
Raising a special needs child is expensive. Our focus is on the child and the services, therapies, programs or camps he or she will need to thrive.
The most common subsidy is a monthly cash benefit, usually $300 to $1,000 or more per month, per child. There is also a federal tax credit of thousands of dollars that is available as an incentive to adopt special needs children. There are additional state and federal programs that may apply.
If you were not successful in negotiating the subsidies you need, Grob & Eirich, LLC, can appeal the case to an administrative law judge. We have significant litigation experience and have been highly successful in appeal cases when needed.
“Seth [Grob] was able to ease our minds and hearts with his knowledge of the ‘business’ side of the subsidy negotiations for our four foster children. He prepared us for what to expect from the negotiation meeting. Seth was thorough and impeccable. Without Seth’s guidance, expertise and professionalism, we would not have received the adoption benefits to which these children were entitled.” — Suzette and Mark
Discuss Your Child And Your Situation With Our Lawyers
Contact us today to talk about your specific circumstances. We will discuss the child’s needs, your family circumstances, the eligibility requirements, and laws and policies in your county, as well as give you an estimate of the subsidies we may be able to secure.
We offer personal, discreet and productive consultations at our office in Lakewood.
To read more about subsidies, read this published article by Seth A. Grob from the UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy.