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Estate Planning for those who have a new diagnosis of chronic illness or significant change in life.

We focus on creating your new estate plan or auditing and updating your current plan to meet  your needs in the even you are unable to manage your assets or your medical decisions if you are unable.


Our basic plans start at $1500.00 for the 3 core Documents: Last Will and Testament, Durable Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney.

Lady Bird Deeds start at $750.00


We highly recommend a Disposition of Remains, Directive to Physicians, HIPAA, Nomination of Guardian in the event of Incapacity and Transfer on Death Deed or Lady Bird Deed as well.



We ask for information on family, assets and decisions in advance to ensure your free consultation is as personalized as possible for your needs.


The free consultation discusses your choices while we educate you on your options for you and your family needs. Once you have defined your personalized estate plan

Within 1-2 weeks of engaging us you will have your review meeting.

Within 1-2 weeks from your review meeting you will have your signing meeting.


In the absence of legal planning otherwise, your estate will be distributed after death according to Texas laws of intestacy. Of course, this may not be the plan you would have chosen. A properly drafted estate plan will replace the terms of the State’s estate plan with your own.


Estate planning has traditionally been about passing on assets after death.  With new medical technology and interventions the potential for a lengthy disability phase has increase by years over the last few decades. Many times by the time the family comes to us for probate there is little to nothing left in the estate to probate due to medical bills or debt.


With proper crisis planning and stronger estate documents, you may be able to protect and preserve assets or give your agents the options to do so in the future.


There are many legal strategies and options you may have in estate planning, including wills, revocable living trusts, irrevocable trusts, durable powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney and disposition of remains.

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