Saturday, February 2, 2019
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Children's Hospital Rehab Center
1025 Children’s Way, Knoxville, TN 37922
Are you the parent or legal guardian of a disabled or seriously ill child?
- How can you provide for your child’s future financial needs?
- Do you know about special needs trusts?
What will happen when your child turns 18?
If you plan to make medical decisions for your child once your child turns
18, you must have a
conservatorship. This is formal legal permission for one adult to make decisions for another
adult. If you do not have a conservatorship, you will not be able to make
For all parents and legal guardians:
- Who will care for your child if you die?
What will happen to your child if
you become seriously ill or disabled?
- Do you have a will?
Help is Available!
Student attorneys from the University of Tennessee College of Law Homer
A. Jones, Jr. Wills Clinic can help with preparing conservatorships, wills,
and other documents for clients who meet eligibility guidelines. The students
are supervised by an experienced estate planning attorney. Help is available:
- On site at ETCH Rehab Center, 1025 Children’s Way, Knoxville, TN
37922 on Saturday, February, 2nd, 2019, 10:00 a.m. - noon
To register, contact Tracy Bock at 865-690-8961 x2225 or
All are welcome at the workshop.
There is no charge for legal services for wills or conservatorships if
you qualify for TennCare or meet other income guidelines.
If you are unable to attend on February 2nd, you may call the U.T. College
of Law Legal Clinic at
865-974-2331. Ask to speak with a Wills Clinic Student. A student will set a time to
meet with you.