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Special Needs Trusts

Special Needs Trusts

Providing for a disabled child or relative can be difficult. Your goal is to make best use of private resources and keep public benefit eligibility for programs such as Social Security and Medicaid. A possible solution is a special needs trust or supplemental needs trust. These trusts serve two key goals: A disabled person keeps his or her eligibility for public programs, while trust funds cover many of the extras to enrich and make life comfortable. Learn about the language and workings of a special needs trust, and you'll be prepared to create a trust for your loved one and put it to use. How a Special Needs Trust Works A special needs trust uses basic trust structure: A donor gives legal ownership of property to a trustee, who follows trust document directions and uses the property for a beneficiary. For example, you create a trust, transferring property to your trusted friend...
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Visitation

Child Visitation

When it comes to children, legal issues involving divorce are emotional and highly complex, which is why you should allow the child visitation lawyers at Karnes Legal Services review your case with you. A child visitation lawyer can help you set up a parenting plan that is in the best interests of your child. Also a child visitation attorney will be able to inform you how the Courts will most likely handle a long-distance visitation schedule or if one parent is planning on relocating and moving outside of Tennessee. We know that parents rights maybe effected my the Judge's ruling so its important to understand the current custody laws, understand the complexities of fathers rights, and know that children of divorce must be considered first in order to achieve the best possible outcome for all parties involved. Our child visitation lawyers serve all of west Tennessee. We can help couples with...

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Guardianship

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