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Estate Planning/
Asset Protection

An “estate” refers to your assets (stuff you own) like cars, houses, furniture, jewelry, etc. In Texas, if you pass away without an estate plan in place, the state may very well decide who gets your property. Having an estate plan means deciding what will happen to your property when you pass away. This can involve a will or a trust. Other estate documents include powers of attorney, guardianship, living will and doctor directives. Estate planning can protect your business and other assets from creditors and provide tax advantages. We assist clients with estate planning and asset protection following a detailed analysis of their personal and real property assets.

  • Wills and trusts

  • Powers of Attorney

  • Guardianships

  • Living Wills, Medical Directives

  • Review and amendment to estate planning documents

  • Protecting assets from seizure by creditors