What should have been a senior year punctuated with signing yearbooks, making summer plans, and burning term papers, turned into a nightmare scenario for Caitlyn Ashley. Shortly before she was set to deliver her Guyer High School valedictorian speech, Caitlyn’s father died unexpectedly. Her heart was in shreds and her mind was in shock. This wasn’t the bright future she’d been working so hard for. This was a dark, scary night that wouldn’t end. How
Madison Clark loves watching Barney. Like most kids, she enjoys singing along to the catchy tunes and adores the purple dinosaur’s dance routines. In fact, Madison’s a lot like her favorite TV character. She’s full of laughter. She brings smiles to the faces of everyone around her. And she’s even about the same age as Barney, who made his debut in 1992. Madison, born in 1990, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and cortical visual
When it comes to estate planning for your loved one with special needs, there is plenty to consider. No matter what happens to you, they’ll likely need some kind of care for the rest of their lives. But how do you anticipate every unknown? Maybe your head is already swimming with questions, like: How will they get the future resources they need? Will they be able to continue their government benefits? Who will make sure

Good to be Back

Posted by Leigh Hilton on June 27, 2018

Category: Blog
It feels so good to be back in the office. I really missed spending time with my clients and co-workers. It made me realize how fortunate I am to have a job that I love so much. Thank you for your patience during the time that I was gone. For those of you who are curious, I wanted to fill you in on what happened. In May I got a kidney infection that took several

Nancy Rash’s Travel Photos from Tajikistan

Posted by Leigh Hilton on May 9, 2018

Category: Blog
These are wonderful photos from Nancy Rash’s recent trip to Tajikistan. Her explanations are under each set of photos.   This is the 2nd hall at the Complex Kohi Navruz in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. All of the blue is made of lapis lazuli, even the blue columns. The onyx in the small columns have a light behind them so that they glow. 4,000 artisans were employed to do the building, carving, cutting, painting and other tasks

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