Fabisch Law, L.L.C. Managing Attorney, who also serves as the President and General Counsel for Rhode Island's Stephen Hopkins Center for Civil Rights, was quoted in this week's Providence Phoenix commenting on the historical origins of the arguments raised in the briefing of Rhode Island Governor Chafee's arguments before the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals in the Pleau Murder/Extradition case. The Hopkins Center had previously submitted a brief in the case arguing that the Governor's position should prevail, but because the Federal Government did not have the power to prosecute the case, not, as the Governor had argued, because of a historical "right to refuse" to extradite. A full copy of the Phoenix article is available Here.
Fabisch Law L.L.C. Attorney and Firm Administrator attend Federation for Children With Special Needs Visions of Community 2012 Conference
Today we will be at this year's Federation for Children With Special Needs Visions of Community Conference. Stop by our both and say hello! We are ready to discuss any and all matters relating to special needs planning, special needs trusts, special education advocacy, due process litigation, recent developments in special needs laws or any other topic that strikes your fancy.
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Matthew Fabisch is the Managing Attorney of Fabisch Law, L.L.C. and assists elderly clients and their children with a full range of elder law services including estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, business successions, Medicaid planning, disability planning, and tax planning.