Practice Areas

Children’s Safeguard ProgramTM

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.

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Gun Trust

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.

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Family Business/Business Succession

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.

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Asset Protection

The health care law offers new rights and protections that make coverage fairer and easier to understand.

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Family Law

Family law is an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations, including adoption and surrogacy.

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Elder Law

With life expectancy increasing every day, it is becoming more and more necessary for individuals to plan for their future.

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Long-Term Care Planning

Planning for long-term care is becoming more and more necessary due to longer life expectancies and the frequency of physical and mental impairments.

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Medicaid

Long-term care for the elderly and disabled is extremely expensive. For most, the amount of care they need far exceeds their financial ability.

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Probate/Estate Administration

The loss of a loved one is difficult enough without the added stress of dealing with the complicated world of probate and estate administration.

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Special Needs Planning

If you are struggling to raise a child with a physical or developmental disability, we personally understand what obstacles and ...

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Veterans Benefits

Individuals who served in the military during wartime may be entitled to government benefits. These specialized benefits are designed to ...

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Estate Planning

There are many legal strategies involved in estate planning, including wills, revocable living trust, irrevocable trust, durable powers of attorney, and health care documents.

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