Experienced Attorney in Houston, Texas
An Overview of My Estate Planning, Elder Law and Business Planning Practice
At the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Wyman, in Houston, I represent individuals and closely-held businesses throughout the Houston metro area. I am board-certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. I am also a Certified Public Accountant and I understand the estate and inheritance tax issues involved in estate planning and estate administration. Contact me to arrange a no-obligation initial consultation.
I work closely with you to understand your objectives, no matter the size and complexity of your estate. I will help you understand the different strategies available to help you effectively distribute your property while minimizing the tax burden on your estate. I will prepare all the documents required to establish and implement your estate plan. To learn more, see my estate planning page.
Probate and Estate Administration
As a knowledgeable probate and estate lawyer, handle all aspects of the administration of a deceased's estate, from the preparation and filing of the probate application, to the final distribution to the beneficiaries of the estate. I will also work with you to ensure that all tax benefits are considered. For more information, see my estate administration page.
If you have an interest in an estate and there are disagreements regarding the validity of the will, the effectiveness of the executor or how assets will be divided in the absence of a will, I can help you protect your interests. At the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Wyman, I work closely with you to resolve probate disputes in ways that minimize the financial and emotional toll on everyone involved. See my probate litigation page for additional information.
Elder Law and Medicaid
I will help you evaluate the potential costs of nursing home care and implement strategies that minimize the financial impact on your estate, including strategies that take advantage of Medicaid programs. See my elder law and Medicaid page to learn more.
Special Needs Planning
Individuals with special needs must be taken care of in the event that their caregivers can no longer provide them with adequate care. By taking time to plan for these individuals, through the establishment of a special needs trust or another form of asset protection plan, you can ensure that your loved ones will be taken care of in the future. To learn more about planning an estate for those with special needs, please see my special needs planning page.
For knowledgeable and efficient counsel in the Houston Metro area, contact my office to set up a private consultation. I am located near the intersection of Shepherd and West Gray Street. I accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.