Our services

We will explore every estate planning or long-term care planning strategy relevant to your specific needs. We strive to protect you, your family, and your hard-earned assets.

Estate Planning

We assist Dallas and Fort Worth area clients dealing with a wide range of estate planning issues, including:

  • Wills: One of the most popular estate planning techniques is the drafting of a will. Making a will gives your loved ones precise instructions for how to divide your estate and may help them avoid difficult situations on both legal and emotional fronts.

  • Living Trusts: Trusts are a practical estate planning technique that safeguard your assets while supporting your loved ones by distributing assets to your chosen beneficiaries. A skilled attorney should handle the complicated process of creating a trust because it is so involved.

  • Financial Power of Attorney: When a person loses their physical or mental abilities, appointing a Financial Power of Attorney distributes decision-making authority to the appropriate people or individuals. Appointing a Financial Power of Attorney before you require one could help to preserve your assets and best interests.

  • Medical Power of Attorney: A Medical Power of Attorney transfers decision-making authority to your chosen person or persons, much like the Financial Power of Attorney does. If you become physically or psychologically incapable of making decisions for yourself, this procedure grants your chosen representatives the authority to make decisions about your medical care.

  • Living Wills: A living well, often referred to as a direction to physicians and surrogates, specifies the quantity and kind of medical care you want to receive in the event that you become unable to make your own decisions.

  • Designations for Guardians: Designating a guardian who will look after their children in the event of a disaster could give parents of minors or children with special needs peace of mind. Adults can also name a guardian to take care of them in the event of mental or physical incapacity. Making a legal document outlining your preferred guardians may help your loved ones avoid making painful decisions for your children and retain some sense of normalcy following your departure.