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At The Law Office of Claudia I. Pringles, PLLC, we provide the legal services, support and guidance you need to protect yourself, your legacy, and your loved ones. With a full range of Legacy Planning services, including Estate Planning, Special Needs Planning, Probate, and Trustee Services, we deliver personalized, expert attention along with invaluable legal advice. Get the priceless peace of mind that can only come from having a clear, solid plan in place. Because your loved ones are counting on you. And you can count on us.
- Advance Directives
- Power of Attorney
- Pet Trusts
- Executor/ Administrator
- Avoidance of Probate
- Probate Administration
- Beneficiaries & Heirs
- Last Will & Testament
- Special Needs Trusts
- Special Education
- ABLE Accounts
- Trust Administration
- Independent Trustee
- Special Needs Trustee
- Revocable Living Trust
- Successor Trustee
I had a great experience working with Claudia to craft my Will, Power of Attorney and Advanced Directive. She was open-minded and understanding. She guided me in better directions when I needed it and was clear and helpful throughout the process. And she’s a lovely person.
My sister-in-law visited Claudia’s office with me to have a Will and a Power of Attorney drawn up. I had been procrastinating. Claudia was so personable and professional and made the whole process pleasant and painless. I would definitely recommend her and visit her again for legal matters.
Claudia is not only an expert in Special Needs Law, she is also one of the most caring and compassionate persons I have ever met. Her goal is to give as much information and assistance as possible in a way that makes it accessible to families and individuals who have autism and other developmental disabilities. Her kindness, friendliness and professionalism make it a pleasure to work with her.
News & Events
Special Needs Planning Online Workshop: June 8, 2023
Presented by Claudia I. Pringles, Esq. Special needs planning is essential to protect and plan for your disabled family member. Even though not having the right plans in place can be a detriment for loved ones with special needs, many families just don’t know where to...
New Workshop: Understanding Adult Guardianship
Are you concerned about your own incapacity due to aging, an injury, or a confirmed diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer's? Perhaps you have a loved one who is losing capacity or who is struggling to manage their own affairs due to a cognitive disability or mental...
Where Should You Keep Your Legal Documents?
An understated, but very important, part of estate planning is properly organizing your documents. This includes not only putting them in the right place but keeping a record of where and how to access them. To avoid the stress of losing a document when you or your...
Available Grants and Loans for Accessible Vehicle Adaptations
Accessible transportation allows people with disabilities to go to doctor’s appointments, grocery shop, visits friends, and maintain their independence. Purchasing a vehicle suited to your needs can be expensive. However, grants and other resources can help meet...
What’s More Cost-Effective: a Will or a Trust?
Imagine this situation: You don’t have a Will, and you know you should. So, you schedule an appointment with an estate planning attorney and ask them to draft your Will. After explaining your goals, the attorney suggests creating a trust in addition to your...
3 Things to Know About Being an Executor
An executor is a person or organization you choose to carry out your last wishes outlined in your will. Your executor should be someone you trust is responsible enough to manage your estate after you pass away. Choosing an executor is a big decision when...