Note from Carol Renner:
My office is a full service Elder law firm engaged in compassionate and dynamic person centered planning that enhances systems of love and support for families through out all walks of life ~ especially those who are differently abled and Seniors.
Carol Renner specializes in Elder Law issues including personal Guardian services, Medicaid and benefit qualification, Estate planning with emphasis on special needs. In addition to her law practice, she is a Texas Certified Professional Guardian. She and her husband own and operate Texas Guardian Services, Inc (TXGS).
TXGS is a registered Guardianship Program striving to meet the demand for Guardians in South Texas.
Carol received a degree in Economics in 1988, St. Mary's University and her Law Degree in 1992, South Texas College of Law; and she is a Member of State Bar of Texas. Her Husband, Marty Renner, is a retired Chemical Engineer with many years’ experience in Economic planning. He joined his wife as a certified guardian in 2016 and serves as the President of TXGS. Carol and Marty are active with the Texas Guardianship Association and educate other guardians.
Mrs. Renner is a member of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA); Member, Texas Guardian Association, Certified Attorney Ad Litem* for guardianship representation; Texas Certified Guardian since 2014; Texas Guardianship Association Board Member, 2018-2021; Instructor, 2007-2009, Academy of Life Long Learning, Montgomery College; "Long Term Care Planning"; and CLE certification for “Medicaid planning”.
Carol is grateful for her husband, 4 children and her faith in Jesus Christ. Her family actively volunteers every Sunday at their church. She and her office advocate for elder abuse and endeavor to educate the community about fraud directed toward the elderly.
Carol J. Renner is a Certified Attorney for Guardianship representation:
The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. (NAELA) was founded in 1987 as a professional association of attorneys who are dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to people as they age and people with special needs.