We can assist you in preparing a plan to take care of you in case of your incapacity, and your loved ones (family, friends, pets, and charities) in case of your incapacity or your death.  Estate planning simply allows you to make sure any assets titled in your name (such as your home, accounts, investments, business interests, mineral interests and real estate) are transferred at your death to the beneficiaries you choose.  Additionally, you will be able to designate the persons you choose to take care of your minor children (if any), your estate, and even you if you become incapacitated.  Without putting your own plan in place, Texas law may not transfer your assets to the beneficiaries you prefer, and likely will increase the time and cost related to transferring your property upon your death.  Also, Texas law may not allow for the appointment of the persons you would choose to take care of you and your family in case of your incapacity or death.  In order to make sure your wishes and goals are met and that your plans comply with Texas law, let our attorneys assist you with your planning.

Estate Planning Practice Areas

  • Wills
  • Revocable Trusts
  • Irrevocable Trusts
  • Children Trusts
  • Statutory Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Medical Powers of Attorney
  • HIPAA Authorizations
  • Directives to Physician, Family and Surrogates
  • Designation of Guardian for Minors
  • Designation of Guardian in Case of Later Need
  • Designation of Agent for the Disposition of Remains