Face Your Future With Peace Of Mind
A good lawyer knows how to be both proactive and reactive: proactive to minimize the possibility of legal uncertainty down the road, and reactive to successfully address unforeseen circumstances.
Few areas of the law show the importance of these two skills more than estate planning and administration. The right guidance in helping someone plan his or her estate can pay off in long-term financial security; taking quick, decisive action following the death of a loved one can spare a family significant time, expense and grief. This is the experience our Texas attorneys have, and it is experience we are proud to offer you, whether you are looking to build your estate plan or settle your loved one’s affairs with confidence.
People quickly discover that while our attorneys have the experience you’d expect from a big firm, we also make our firm as welcoming as possible. We know it’s never easy to talk with a lawyer, and especially where personal affairs are concerned, you deserve to feel comfortable every step of the way.
Estate Planning, Administration And Litigation In Texas
Our firm offers a full array of estate planning services for those starting from scratch, as well as those whose needs have expanded or otherwise changed over the years. We help those across Johnson County and surrounding areas with:
- Trusts and wills
- Living wills
- Health care directives
- Powers of attorney
- Will contests
- Fiduciary duty claims
Families also benefit from our experienced legal help. Probate administration can be a confusing, emotionally turbulent and expensive process – one few want to endure after the loss of a loved one. We can provide general guidance during the process and, whenever possible, take the lead to remove a significant burden from our clients. Cain & Associates was recognized as one among Ten Best law firm in Estate Planning by the American Institute of Legal Counsel.
Our firm is among the few equipped to handle estate litigation, an emotionally and legally complex area of the law. We approach estate disputes always in the hopes that disagreements can be resolved quickly, but also ready to litigate for our clients whenever the need arises.