Real Estate Clients
If you are a real estate client, you will need to bring certain things to the closing. Attorney Ianello sends out a welcome letter walking you through the closing to help guide you through the process.
Criminal Defense Clients
If you are a defendant in a criminal case, please bring a copy of your police report.
Will, Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy Clients
If you are consulting with Attorney Ianello for preparation of a Will, Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy, you do not need to bring anything with you to your appointment. Instead, you should be prepared to answer questions about real estate, bank accounts and retirement accounts. Also, think about who you want to appoint as your personal representative to distribute your assets according to your Will. You will also need to choose your Attorney in Fact for the Durable Power of Attorney and Health Care Agent for the Health Care Proxy. Please note that an alternative person should be named in each of those documents if your first choice cannot serve in that respective position.
Social Security Disability Appeals Clients
If you are consulting with Attorney Ianello ragarding a hearing to appeal your denial of social security disability benefits, you will need to bring with you medication and physician information. Please have a list of current medications you take with dosage and strength information. In addition, please bring a list of all physicians who are currently treating you or have treated you in the past for condition(s) which you have applied, including the physician's address and phone number.
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