A Lawyer Who Looks At The Big Picture
What would happen if you died or became incapacitated today? What would your family do to survive?
Will your family know what your wishes are regarding life support?
As a Texas board-certified estate planning and probate specialist, I take a comprehensive approach to helping people meet their estate planning goals. That means reviewing your circumstances beyond your need for a simple will or trust. I take into account all of your life circumstances. I assist you with formulating your estate plan to provide for efficient transfer of assets to your beneficiaries, while maintaining the minimum estate tax exposure.
Our valued clients come to The J.M. Dickerson Law Firm to confidently take care of:
- Last will and testaments, including initial drafting, revising and updating
- Trusts, living trusts, testamentary trusts, charitable trusts
- Business succession planning
- Living wills and powers of attorney for medical decisions
- Durable powers of attorney for financial decisions
- Guardianship, probate matters
Texas Board-Certified Estate Planning & Probate Specialist*
By law, most families in South Texas will not be affected by estate taxes unless the total estate exceeds $5.43 million (2015). If you are a family with significant assets, it is important to protect your heirs from an excessive tax burden. Learn more about using trusts and other legal instruments to reduce your death tax liability.