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As the largest city in Texas, Houston is home to the most diverse, multigenerational, and aging adult communities. We have some of the best health care and medical care in the world and in turn, Houstonians can safely bet on longer, healthier lives for themselves and their loved ones. What does that mean for traditional estate planning? It means you now must plan for 20-30 years of retirement or disability planning and for many people that concept can seem overwhelming. However, the importance of creating your Houston estate plan cannot be overstated and you do need to begin today. Luckily, we know how to make it simpler on you and your family.
For over 30 years, our partners, Thomas W. McCulloch, JD, CPA, and David W. Miller, JD, have been advocates for aging Americans and our law team prides itself in integrating traditional estate, tax and planning services with a broader and holistic approach to planning. This holistic view helps clients and families identify, access, and pay for quality long-term care services for their aging loved ones so that families may enjoy a higher quality of life while protecting those they love. Here are some of the “need to know” characteristics of our Houston Estate Planning firm:
Learn more about the basic estate planning documents and how a trust may benefit your family.
Learn about the issues that come with aging, and how you can get identify future needs. Let your family be just that, a family, and plan ahead for normal aging challenges.
If you’re looking to avoid probate or are in need of one after a loved one passes, start here. Learn the difference between what happens when dying with a Will or without one.
Learn more about protecting your hard-earned assets from lawsuits, creditors, bankruptcies, and more.
We assist Veterans and Spouses with qualifying and applying for a special pension benefit called “Aid and Attendance Pension”.
Long Term Care is expensive and stressful. Learn about the difference in crisis planning and pre-planning for Texas Medicaid benefits.
Parents of children with special needs have a lot to consider when planning, including protecting the potential public benefits the child may receive in the future.
We help clients identify and fund the best way to give to charitable causes in the most tax-efficient manner.
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