Estate planning isn’t about how much money you have. It’s about protecting what you have for you during your life and for those you love after you’re gone. It ensures what you have gets to the people you love, the way you want, when you want. We have dedicated our practice to assisting the elderly and the disabled and their families.
If you were to die or to become disabled today, are you comfortable everything will be taken care of the way you want? Michael B. Cohen & Associates believe that proper planning can greatly enhance benefits for you if you are disabled or your loved ones after death, and should be implemented by everyone. It doesn’t matter if you have $40,000 or $400,000. You still have to plan for the future. Whether it’s to name a guardian for your minor children or ensure your children don’t blow through your assets if you unexpectedly die or become disabled (Terri Schiavo case).
From complex estates that require advance tax planning to simple wills, our attorneys are ready to assist you in developing a strategy that best meets your needs.
Once your estate plan is in place, we also offer maintenance programs to help you keep your plan current with life events such as birth, death, marriage or divorce of anyone included in your plan.
Our firm has over 25 years of experience in estate law services. We assist individuals and their families with their estate planning needs, whether it be for asset protection or planning for public benefits. To plan your estate, or if you’ve been named executor of an estate or trustee in Texas, call us at (214) 720-0102 today. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a consultation. Our team will set up a consultation to help you determine what amount of estate planning is right for you and your family.