Welcome! I want to congratulate you for making it here and taking the first step toward planning for everyone and everything you love. I cherish the opportunity to help secure what you love.
I look forward to learning your story, hearing what matters to you, and helping you to discover what’s actually needed to keep your loved one’s out of court and out of conflict when something happens to you (or them).
I can help with your Estate Planning needs including: creating wills, trusts, powers of attorney and asset protection. Also, under the Estate Planning “umbrella” I can help with: probate, guardianship, and elder law cases.
If you’re ready to get going, please attend one of our upcoming events or schedule a 15-minute free consultation using the link below. If you’re ready to jump right in, you can even schedule an Initial Consultation aka Family Wealth Planning Session.
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Do you know what would happen legally- to you, your loved ones, your money and everything else you care about – if something unexpected happened to you? If you don’t know exactly what would happen for everyone you love and everything you own, then the first step is to find out exactly what would happen, legally and financially, so that you can decide if the current state of your affairs is okay with you.
If you are here to learn about Texas probate after the passing of a loved one, I first want to say that I am very sorry for your loss. I hope that the information you find on this page will simplify any legal and administrative headaches you might otherwise face during such a difficult time. Probate in Texas is a court-supervised procedure that helps to ensure the legal transfer of assets from the deceased to the rightful heirs or beneficiaries.
Whether for yourself or your aging parents, I can help you plan for the financial, medical, and legal challenges that come with growing older. Elder law attorneys can help you develop a comprehensive plan to ensure your wishes and preferences are honored in the future, along with protecting you and your assets if you become incapacitated and require assisted-living or nursing-home care.
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