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Estate Planning

Creating an estate plan is a serious matter with numerous factors to be considered, everything from owning a business, avoiding probate court, planning for a special needs child and anticipating potential conflicts among heirs. Let us carefully guide you through these critical decisions. At The Law Offices of Christopher Le, our attorney's will work hard to make the estate planning process as easy as possible. The foundation of our success lies in our belief that no two clients are alike.


We work with clients in a wide variety of situations and can help with the following matters:


  • Trusts – These days, many individuals opt for living trusts rather than a simple will. A trust can make it easier for your family to settle your affairs once you’re gone.

  • Wills – A Will allows you to communicate what you would like to happen to your assets once you pass away. Creating a Will as a part of your estate plan will ensure all you leave behind will be taken care of according to your wishes.

  • Incapacity Planning – It is extremely important for you to make a plan in the event of a disabling injury or debilitating disease. Without these plans in place, a judge, and not you, could ultimately decide what’s best for you.

We will assist you to determine the best plan for you and your family. Some of the basic documents that every Texan should have include:

  • Last Will and Testament

  • Statutory Durable Power of Attorney

  • Medical Power of Attorney

  • Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates

  • HIPAA Release

At the Law Offices of Christopher Le, we offer a simple will for $500. For this fee you are provided a simple will that divides your assets, names your beneficiaries, names your executor, and if necessary can set up a contingent trust for your children. In addition, you can also choose to get a durable power of attorney in the event you are unable to make decisions due to a disability, a medical power of attorney, HIPAA release, and directive to physician.