Estate Planning

Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney, Living Wills/Advance Directives, Trusts (Revocable Living Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts, and other Trusts)

An Estate Plan can give you peace of mind, knowing that everything and everyone is taken care of. With a durable power of attorney and health care proxy you can make your wishes known and have some control over your finances and health care in case you become incapacitated. If you have minor children or adult children who still need your care, you can name a guardian for them in a will and set up a trust to control the disbursement of their inheritance. Additionally, you can reduce probate costs and estate taxes with careful planning. We will work together with you and your financial and tax advisors to balance tax issues in your estate plan (particularly the estate tax (federal snd state) and capital gains).

If you or a loved one has a disAbility or needs or will likely need long term care, we can help you incorporate planning for those issues in your estate plan. This may include planning for the cost of care and Medicaid eligibility with Irrevocable Trusts or a life estate or protecting the inheritance of a loved one with a disability with a Special or Supplemental Needs Trust. An ABLE 529A account is another important component of Specials Needs planning which this office can help you navigate.

Elder Law & DisAbility Law

Long Term Care & Medicaid Planning, Special Needs Trusts, ABLE/529A Accounts

Settling an estate and administering a Trust can be an emotional and overwhelming process. Our office can help you with the paperwork, organization and distribution of the assets of your loved one whether they had a will, trust or no estate plan at all.

Probate, Estate & Trust Administration

Deeds, Homestead Declarations, Closings, Use and Occupancy Agreements, Property Agreements for multiple owners

Real Estate

Incorporation, LLC (limited liability company), Partnerships, Review of Contracts

Small Business

PostNuptial Agreements, Name Changes, Pet Custody Agreements & Uncontested Divorces

Family Law

I offer virtual, online estate planning services for my Texas clients and Massachusetts clients if desired. Meetings can be held via online video services and document signings can be scheduled with a mobile notary. Contact my office for more information.

Virtual, Online Estate Planning