Helping individuals protect their families and grow their businesses...
We are all different. We have different backgrounds and upbringings and different situations at any given moment in our lives.
Some of you might be single with or without children; others are part of blended families in which various interests come into play; some are life partners, and others are married. Whatever your situation might be, those do-it-yourself tools that you find on the internet can help you plan. Still, they will never be customized plans that your will be satisfied with after discussing the options with an attorney who practices estate planning.
But at the end of the day, you all have something in common. You are here because you want to protect your loved ones at a time when you no longer can due to death or incapacity. That is why you are reading this page, and that is why I am here.
My goal is to understand your current situation and your objectives and, with your help, provide you with a solution that will achieve those objectives. Objectives may vary but usually are summed up in child protection, asset protection, planning, and avoiding hurdles and risks down the road, such as keeping your family and your legacy out of court and internal family conflicts upon your death or incapacity.
This might seem plain and straightforward, but if it were, the Texas State Comptroller's Office would not have over $7 Billion in unclaimed property.
Many people see estate planning as the end-of-life decisions only, but it is more than that; it includes planning for possible incapacity—planning who will make decisions regarding your estate and your health.