Special Needs Planning and Trusts
As a parent to a special-needs child, Ms. Hosea understands the concerns, fears, and demands of raising a child who will need assistance and resources long after parents or caregivers are able to physically provide for those needs.
Special Needs Trusts provide a mechanism by which parents, family members, and in some circumstances, the special needs individual can allocate resources without putting need-based government benefits in peril. This planning method can be a supplement to traditional estate planning in the event that a loved one becomes incapacitated, triggering the creation of this type of trust from other trusts.
I had a small court case to settle I did not know where to go I tried six other lawyers nobody wanted to mess with it I finally found Natalie and she set me down talk with me very helpful and understanding and she took it. I can’t thank her enough very nice.
We had a small business startup legal and financial review. Working with Natalie was very pleasant, and I felt like I could trust in her experience/expertise.
Natalie came through for me in the courtroom. Ms. Green’s consultation was very detailed and timely, she was totally prepared during my proceedings. I was never confused in the court house, she answered all of my questions and dealt with my case very professionally. I have an attorney for life in Natalie Green.
I was referred to Natalie regarding a family issue–I was blown away by her professionalism, knowledge and responsiveness. She is extremely busy but took the time to explain processes & procedures that I was able to understand and carefully listened to my concerns regarding the case.
I have referred Natalie to a couple of colleagues who were equally pleased.
Natalie Green did a terrific job for us. We could not be happier with the outcome. She talked us through everything and was professional and kind.
I sent an inquiry to Natalie via AVVO and received a phone call in less than an hour.
Mine was basically a question of whether she, as a lawyer in Georgia, would be able to assist with a debt collection from defaulted promissory note where the borrower lives in a different state.
Natalie provided me helpful recommendations on what should be included in the promissory note to help assure payment and the type of lawyer I should seek in the borrower’s state.
So though she would not be in position to assist my specific situation, I appreciate that she took the time to provide some preliminary counsel and offer of direction on where to initiate the process.