Board-Certified Estate Planning And Probate Law Advocacy
Do you need a will? Are you wondering what to do after a loved one dies? I am John Elliott. I am board-certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. I can help you create a will, trust and other estate planning documents, assist you with handling your loved one’s final affairs or guide you when you are contending with an incapacitated family member. I am also a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™.
Trusted Estate Planning And Probate Advocacy For Clients In Houston
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Probate And Estate Administration
Credentials You Can Trust For Estate Planning And Probate
There are many estate planning and probate attorneys to choose from and it can be challenging to decide who to hire. When you work with a board-certified attorney, you are choosing a lawyer who has taken the time to go the extra steps to ensure clients receive the highest level of legal representation.
Established by the Supreme Court of Texas, the Texas Board of Legal Specialization certifies lawyers with years of experience in their field who apply to complete continuing legal education in their area of expertise and pass a stringent exam.
My CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ distinction is also the result of years of experience and a commitment to rigorously train in the constantly evolving field of financial planning.
I work hard to maintain a level of excellence my clients can trust. At Elliott Estate Law, PLLC, estates are all I do. From probate, trust and guardianship estate administration and litigation to estate planning, I am here to meet your legal needs from start to finish.
I enjoy helping my clients protect their hard-earned legacy. When you work with Elliott Estate Law, PLLC, I will be the one meeting with you, answering your questions, discussing your options, guiding your choices and drafting and filing your documents.
Are You Looking For Help With A Guardianship?
Guardianships can be emotionally tough. It is heart wrenching when terms such as “incompetence” or “lack of mental capacity” are hanging in the air as your loved one ages. Sometimes a loved one’s incapacity is the result of developmental delays and they have always had a caregiver, but their caregiver dies. Other times, incapacity has been a slow process, but the time has come to take away the car keys and make other provisions for ensuring the bills get paid, medical care is steady and your loved one remains safe.
What do you need to take care of your incapacitated loved one who does not have an estate plan? You need an experienced attorney who cares. While your loved one is vulnerable, they still deserve dignity and as much independence as possible. I get that. I know the emotional and legal difficulties of establishing – or not establishing – a guardianship to protect your loved one. Put my experience and compassion in gear as you explore the various options for safe harbor for your loved one.
Scheduling A Consultation Is Easy
At Elliott Estate Law, PLLC, my clients know that they will be heard and will get answers to their questions. Whether you need a will, a trust or have questions about what to do with your loved one’s property or how to help your incapacitated loved one, I will provide the level of explanation to your questions that you desire. Call my office in Houston at 713-936-4264 or send me an email to schedule a consultation.
Guiding you through difficult times and protecting your loved ones with distinguished estate planning, probate and guardianship counsel.