Have Questions About Elder Law and Medicaid Planning? We Can Help.
Wright Abshire, Attorneys, is a Houston-area law firm offering a full range of elder law services to Texas families. We also serve out-of-state families with relatives in Texas who made need the benefit of our decades of experience.
Our elder law practice focuses on simplifying complicated planning procedures and helping elderly individuals maximize the benefits to which they are entitled. We know that many families approach Medicaid planning and veterans benefits with unease. Our firm can inform you of your options and equip you with the advice you need to make sound decisions for your loved ones.
Houston Estate Planning Lawyers
Having an estate plan in place that anticipates any number of contingencies can prevent much of the anxiety and confusion that greets families when an elderly family member dies suddenly or becomes incapacitated.
Our firm provides comprehensive estate planning services. We spend time with our clients to discuss their goals and concerns for the future, and we draft and execute wills, trusts and special needs trusts. We also create advance directives and durable powers of attorney — always with a focus on meeting each client's specific needs.
We want to give Texas families every opportunity for peace of mind and added security.
Texas probate courts supervise several administrative proceedings related to individuals who become incapacitated or die without a complete estate plan in place. We guide families through these complex and sometimes emotionally difficult situations. We assist them during the probate process to ensure that a loved one's estate is properly disposed of and that all property distributions and other obligations are carried out.
Consult Wright Abshire Regarding Your Family's Legal Needs
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.
We are available to meet with you in Bellaire, The Woodlands or Carmine, Texas. Our offices are wheelchair-accessible and have designated disabled parking spaces. We also offer phone consultations and can travel to hospitals and nursing homes when necessary.