Tailoring Our Approach Based On Your Unique Needs
At Wright Abshire, located in the Greater Houston area, we understand that you have questions about your future. Maybe you worry about being able to afford quality long-term care, or maybe you have concerns about the financial well-being of your adult child with disabilities. We are committed to helping you address the concerns keeping you up at night.
We do more than simply draft and review estate planning documents. We focus on getting to know you and providing personalized solutions for your specific needs. Whether you want to establish a trust, plan for Medicaid, care for a parent with dementia, or secure veterans benefits, we take the mystery out of the legal process.
Contact our estate planning and elder law attorneys to learn how we can help you plan for the future. Our legal team offers consultations at our three office locations conveniently located in Bellaire, The Woodlands and Carmine, Texas.
Certified Elder Law And Estate Planning Attorneys Working For You
Partners Wesley E. Wright and Molly Dear Abshire. This certification recognizes our commitment to staying fully informed of the law, so we can deliver unwavering support and representation to you.
Additionally, Mr. Wright and Ms. Abshire co-authored "Texas Elder Law," a comprehensive, up-to-date resource covering issues important to elderly clients. The book offers practical guidance related to Medicaid planning, retirement planning, long-term care insurance, Medigap insurance, housing options and more.
Attorneys Wright and Abshire are also board certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Wright is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, which supports families and individuals with special needs. Ms. Abshire is a Fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, a professional association consisting of approximately 2,700 lawyers throughout the United States.
We stay on the cutting edge of elder law and Medicaid planning because we know your future is far too important to settle for anything less.
Your Future Matters — Contact Us To Put The Right Safeguards In Place
Whether you need help administering an estate, have questions about qualifying for Medicaid, or need guidance establishing or managing a special needs trust, experience matters. The right estate planning and probate lawyer will do more than offer one-size-fits-all solutions. A seasoned elder law attorney will take the time to get to know you and ensure that the right safeguards are put in place.
This has been our focus for decades. For a skilled approach that is tailored to your individual needs,
contact our Houston law firm online or call 713-660-9595 to schedule a consultation.