Legal Planning Attorney For Disabilities & Long-Term Needs

At Rampino Law, we are acutely aware of the challenge of planning the future for a loved one with special needs. We have extensive experience with special needs planning and understand the public benefits programs on which people with special needs often rely. We are certain that you only want the best for your family and loved ones in Rhode Island, and we also know that people with special needs and disabilities require not only our compassion, but also specialized services.

If you need assistance applying and qualifying for Medicaid in RI, or composing a comprehensive care plan for your loved one with special needs, we are ready to help.

The concept of estate planning becomes even more important if you have a child or loved one with mental or physical disabilities. A simple or rushed plan may leave out necessary and important information, but our attorneys know exactly how to draft the necessary documents to help ensure your family’s financial safety, protection, and overall health and well-being.

In addition, we are experienced in drafting the specific trusts that meet the governmental requirements necessary to protect a loved one from losing their important benefits. For some, a special needs trust is an essential part of protecting a loved one and helping improve their quality of life. We will help you to understand how these types of trusts work and we look forward to providing you close counsel to guide you through this complex area of life and law.


Rampino Law Ltd. assists clients with disabilities with legal planning for their long-term needs. Our attorneys also advise the parents or other family members of disabled persons on how they can effectively provide for them, with careful regard for preserving eligibility for Medicaid and other public benefits.

The firm provides information about planning options, drafts special needs trusts and supplemental needs trusts and other documents as appropriate, and advises trustees of trusts for the benefit of disabled persons concerning trust administration.

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