Kimberly Hegwood

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Kimberly Hegwood

Hegwood Law Group

950 Gemini Avenue
Houston, TX 77058
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Experienced Special Needs Trust Attorney

To ensure that your child’s future is effectively protected, our lawyers will work with different agencies to obtain as much information as we can. We will use that information to make sure that your child maximizes his or her benefits, while getting the care he or she needs. Some of the other ways we can help include:

Designing a special needs trust for your child to avoid costly mistakes down the road

Alleviating any concerns you may have regarding your child’s eligibility for SSI and other government benefits

Creating a way to provide your child with an inheritance that will ensure he or she is never left dependent on the government for care and support

Guiding you and your family through the guardianship process once your child turns 18

To accomplish these goals, our compassionate attorneys will work with you one on one to make certain that we understand your needs and priorities. Through a thorough investigation of your financial situation, we will be able to determine what benefits are available to you and what strategies we can use to maximize financial security going forward.

At Hegwood Law Group, we understand that these types of decisions can be difficult and often painful to make. That is why we are here. Contact our office to meet with one of our Houston special needs planning attorneys to discuss your situation. We are here to help. You may also call us at (281) 724-3737.

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