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Estate Planning

In the simplest of terms, estate planning is the process through which a person plans the transfer of assets at death, and prevents the court from gaining jurisdiction over his affairs.

While a Last Will and Testament is the first thing most people think of, a well conceived estate plan goes beyond the will. Creating an estate plan to minimize death taxes and administrative fees, address the care and education of minor children, as well as the handling of financial matters, and health care treatment in the event of your incapacity is equally important.


For a consultation to discuss your estate planning needs, call (281) 201-8682 or e-mail us at to schedule an appointment.


“Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.”
— Proverbs 15:22

Estate Planning Issues

Last Will and Testament

Living Trusts

Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

Supplemental (Special) Needs Trusts

Charitable Trusts

Powers of Attorney

Living Wills / Directive to Physicians

Declaration of Guardian in the Event of Later Incapacity

LLC and Family Partnerships

Pre and Post-nuptial Agreements