Medicaid law is complicated and many senior citizens, their spouse and families, are burdened with unnecessary expense because of a lack of knowledge about available Medicaid resources. Without legal advice and planning, financial assets become depleted or lost to Medicaid Estate Recovery. We will help you determine the best approach for the orderly distribution of assets upon your death and can prepare the documents necessary to put your plan in place, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and health care directives.
The Texas Young Lawyers Association seeks to make Texas residents aware of how the law (the Texas Estates Code) affects them and their families. This handbook entitled, "To Will or Not To Will" is designed to assist Texans in learning about their legal rights.
Visit the website below to complete online an Advanced Medical Directive:
This data sheet can be helpful for organizing your thoughts about your estate plan and advance planning before making an appointment with our office: