There Are No Big Or Small Cases
Estate planning is more than just wills and trusts. It is about reviewing your assets and legacy and guiding your family through the next steps. It is an act of compassion and helps secure your family for the future. My name is John Elliott, and I am a certified estate planning attorney and financial planner. Why choose my law firm? At Elliott Estate Law, PLLC, I offer my clients clear advantages, such as:
- Experience – I have over 15 years of experience in this area and 10 of those years I have been board certified in estate planning and probate law.
- Personalization – Client will only be dealing with me and not handed off to an associate attorney in the firm. I value understanding a client’s specific needs and providing the necessary information to meet their goals. I am willing to take the time to explain things to them and answer questions. On the other hand, if they just want the job done, I can do that as well. Some firms take the probate process and try to standardize it for each client. Each situation is unique and every client is different so some client’s want to be more hands on. I am okay with that.
- Commitment – I enjoy what I do and the area of practice that I am in and I imagine I will be practicing in this are for the rest of my career.
Learn more about my professional background by reading my bio below:
What Sets My Practice Apart
While many attorneys practice estate planning law, comparatively few have taken steps to acquire certification. This requires a great deal of work and review. This designation means that I possess a legally recognized and highly respected level of knowledge of Texas estate planning and probate law.
As a certified financial planner, I have the skill and experience to offer advice on how to build for tomorrow. I can provide a comprehensive review of your assets and explain what you should do to increase your wealth and preserve it for your family.
The Most Sensitive Area Of The Law
Estate planning and probate law deals with the most sensitive and complex issues that a person can confront. This is more than just settling on a will or creating a trust; it’s also caring for an incapacitated loved one or settling an estate without a plan.
Families seeking assistance in their probate issues must find an attorney who understands their case matters. Even small estates can become massively difficult for the people left behind. Without skilled guidance, people handling probate problems can very quickly find themselves under a great deal of legal pressure.