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We are looking for an attorney to plan a USA/UK Will and Special Needs/Vulnerable People Trust and ABLE Account with tax implications for inheritance and maintenance for Disabled Dual USA/UK Citizen who is a USA military incapacitated adult child. Any suggestions?


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Sadly, I don't have any suggestions for you.  I just felt compelled to give some kind of reply to your post to acknowledge your situation.  Getting approved US military incapacitated adult child status is a rare enough status, adding in dual nationality and establishing an international will and trust... that's a pretty specialized situation.  I wouldn't know where to begin looking... Have you tried starting with the on-base/post legal assistance?  https://www.military.com/benefits/military-legal-matters/legal-assistance-and-jag/family-legal-assistance.html  If they can't help you with your situation, perhaps they will know where to refer you.
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Sadly, I don't have any suggestions for you.  I just felt compelled to give some kind of reply to your post to acknowledge your situation.  Getting approved US military incapacitated adult child status is a rare enough status, adding in dual nationality and establishing an international will and trust... that's a pretty specialized situation.  I wouldn't know where to begin looking... Have you tried starting with the on-base/post legal assistance?  https://www.military.com/benefits/military-legal-matters/legal-assistance-and-jag/family-legal-assistance.html  If they can't help you with your situation, perhaps they will know where to refer you.
Thank you. I made an appointment with legal on base. Maybe they can point me in the right direction.


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Thank you. I made an appointment with legal on base. Maybe they can point me in the right direction.

I'm sorry I couldn't be more help.  If you're willing, let us know how you get on.  Best of luck making these arrangements.
9/1/2013 - "fiancée" (marriage) visa issued
4/6/2013 - married (certificate issued same-day)
5/6/2013 - FLR(M)#1 in person -- approved!
8/1/2016 - FLR(M)#2 by post -- approved!
8/5/2018 - ILR in person -- approved!
22/11/2018 - Citizenship (online, with NDRS+JCAP) -- approved!
14/12/2018 - I became a British citizen.  :)


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