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Attorneys Michael C. Holy and Carl M. Schultz of HOLY & SCHULTZ today announced they have become members of ElderCounsel, a national organization of elder law and special needs planning and litigation attorneys.

Elder Law focuses on the unique challenges that come with growing older. It includes several practice areas, including asset protection, estate planning, Medicaid planning, Veterans benefits, and more.

If you or a loved one is raising a child with a physical or developmental disability, Special Needs planning can assist in ensuring that the child is well cared for after you or your loved one can no longer serve as primary caregiver.

“We are delighted to welcome Michael Holy and Carl Schultz to ElderCounsel,” said Valerie Peterson, J.D., CEO of the organization. “Having accomplished attorneys like Mike and Carl is what makes our membership such a distinguished group.”

Michael Holy from HOLY & SCHULTZ said “Through our membership in ElderCounsel, we can be assured our clients are served with cutting edge information in the Elder Law, Veterans, and Special Needs areas with access to excellent resources and contacts in all 50 states. ElderCounsel is truly a remarkable organization to be a part of, and our current and future clients will benefit from this affiliation.”

Founded by several of the country’s most renowned elder law and special needs planning attorneys, ElderCounsel provides its members with continuing education on planning for seniors and their families and those with special needs. ElderCounsel also provides a forum in which ideas and expertise on elder law and special needs planning are freely exchanged among attorneys.

HOLY & SCHULTZ, a peer reviewed AV rated law firm (highest rating available in legal and ethical abilities), offers a broad range of services to its clients in the areas of Elder Law planning, Special Needs planning, and Elder Law litigation. Please visit our website at for more information on Holy & Schultz’s practice areas. We look forward to helping you and your loved ones.

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