There are many legal strategies involved in estate planning, including wills, revocable living trust, irrevocable trust, durable powers of attorney, and health care documents.View Practice Detail
With life expectancy increasing every day, it is becoming more and more necessary for individuals to plan for their future.View Practice Detail
Long-term care for the elderly and disabled is extremely expensive. For most, the amount of care they need far exceeds their financial ability.View Practice Detail
If you are struggling to raise a child with a physical or developmental disability, we personally understand what obstacles and ...View Practice Detail
The loss of a loved one is difficult enough without the added stress of dealing with the complicated world of probate and estate administration.View Practice Detail
The health care law offers new rights and protections that make coverage fairer and easier to understand.View Practice Detail
Planning for long-term care is becoming more and more necessary due to longer life expectancies and the frequency of physical and mental impairments.View Practice Detail
Caring for your children is one of the most basic instincts for a parent, whether it is protecting them from physical harm or emotional pain and providing for them financially.View Practice Detail
Family law is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations, including adoption and surrogacy.View Practice Detail
More than 80 percent of businesses in the United States today are family-owned. Unfortunately, only 30 percent of those businesses survive to the next generation.View Practice Detail
Individuals who served in the military during wartime may be entitled to government benefits. These specialized benefits are designed to ...View Practice Detail
A gun trust in Texas is a unique legal tool in compliance with the National Firearms Act that offers legal protection and greater flexibility for both Title 1 and Title 2 gun owners.View Practice Detail
At Hegwood Law Group, we believe in providing our clients the absolute best legal representation combined with compassionate advocacy and honest advice. Our ultimate objective is to ensure that the needs and goals of our clients are met both efficiently and effectively.
We provide comprehensive services in areas such as estate planning, elder law, asset protection, probate, and serving clients in Clear Lake, Sugar Land, Katy, Bay City, the Galleria, Pearland, and The Woodlands.
To us, the representation we provide our clients is more than a job; it’s a calling. We enjoy helping individuals and their families navigate through what can often be difficult and emotional issues. Let us help ensure that you choose the right path when it comes to your family’s future. Our approach is one of knowledge and dedication. We will take the time to listen to what you need, and we will work tirelessly to help you get there.
1. Get Legal Advice
We believe in providing our clients the absolute best legal representation combined with compassionate advocacy and honest advice. Our ultimate objective is to ensure that the needs and goals of our clients are met both efficiently and effectively.
2. Comprehensive Services
We provide comprehensive estate planning, elder law, asset protection, probate services and are affiliated with the Wealth Counsel, Elder Counsel, The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, The Advisor’s Forum and The College of The State Bar of Texas.
3. Convenient Locations
Our offices are conveniently located throughout the Houston area, including Clear Lake, Sugar Land, Katy, Bay City, the Galleria, and Pearland. Wherever you live – we’re near by.
The sooner you talk to an attorney, the quicker your legal matter can be addressed. Please call (281) 218-0880 to schedule your appointment with one of our Houston estate planning attorneys. You may also contact us online.
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