Estate Planning Attorney
in Houston, TX

The best estate plan must include detailed information about your assets, family, wishes, and property during and after your life. You can reach us at and get the best advice to work with.

Estate Planning Attorney

What Is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is the preparation for managing one's assets in the event of death or incapacitation. It involves estate taxes settlements and questing of assets; for the best estate planning for your family, book with us an estate attorney who will journey you through.

What Do We Offer in Estate Planning?

Our firm is ready and willing to journey with you throughout your estate planning. With our experienced teams, we can assist you in:

  • Pet trust
  • Advanced health care advancements
  • Last and will statement
  • Living trust
  • Gun trust
  • Retirement and pension plans (all beneficiaries)
  • Funding the trust with real estate deed transfer
  • Sustainable power of attorney for management of property and personal affairs

What Else Do We Do with Families Experiencing 
Sophisticated Advanced Estate Planning?

Our firm is all-around when it comes to estate planning. Some of the advanced estate planning techniques include:

  • Family limited partnerships
  • Private annuity
  • Charitable gifts
  • Self-canceling installment note
  • Qualified personal resident trust
  • Irrevocable life insurance trust
Estate Planning Attorney

Who is an Estate Planning Attorney?

An estate planning attorney is an experienced and licensed law professional with a thorough understanding of the state and federal laws that affect how your estate will be inventoried, valued, dispersed, and taxed after your death.

An estate attorney can help with several different items, including:

  • Creating a will
  • Building up a durable power of attorney as well as the medical power of attorney
  • It helps lift tax costs by finding the best strategies in the best ways.
  • Helping in designating beneficiaries
  • Setting up trusts that might be needed to protect assets during your lifetime and when incapacitated
  • Finding the best measure to evade probate in court processes

Probate Law A probate lawyer helps the estate's executor or administrators manage the probate process without a will. They may also hand in estate planning processes such as drafting wills and advising on powers of attorney. They can serve as administrators or executors in the process.

How Will Our Probate Lawyer Help?

If a person dies having written a will, it is good for family members and friends to get a probate lawyer for advice on how to go about the assets left behind. When there is a will, hiring a probate lawyer ensures the will meets all the legal requirements and is not signed against the individual's will or interest. They will give a hand in the verification of the will owner. Give proof that the individual who signed the will was in their sound mind when signing the will. We can also have our attorneys help you in:

  • Managing the estate's checkbook
  • Advising you on how to pay the decedent' bill and settle the debt
  • Finding and protecting all the decedent's assets
  • Getting decedents property appraised
  • Collecting and managing life insurance proceeds
  • Preparing and filing documents required by a probate court
  • Ensuring the estate taxes owed are fulfilled
  • Managing the estate's checkbook
Probate Lawyer

Estate planning is a collection of several documents and not just a single document as it sounds. At, our attorneys can guide you through what should be included. Some of the detailed documents that might be included in establishing a successful estate plan include:

  • Wills.These are documents signed to let your members know what you want to share your assets after your death. They will need to include the name of the executor whom you will want to conduct the activity and how you wish it to be done. A will is only effective and termed as a legally binding document after you die.
  • Trust.One can also include a trust in their estate plan so that you can transfer ownership of your assets and real estate property. When one dies having created a trust, the trustee distributes the property according to your wish and instructions on the trust. This sounds similar to a will, but the asset under trust does not have to follow the whole probate procedure in transferring property to your beneficiaries. However, it is still okay to include both in your estate plans. For instance, a pour-over will allow your trust to access even the property not included in the will.
  • Power of attorney.This can also address what will happen if someone is incapacitated or dies. One needs to mention a successor trustee who will manage the trust if they are not in a position to do so. Unfortunately, wills cannot grant you such permission until you die. There is a need to create a power of attorney as a basic part of your estate plan to allow trusted friends and relatives to manage your financial affairs if you are not in a position to.
  • Healthcare directives. Including healthcare directives in your estate plan is important for your life and health. It is necessary to involve powers of attorney to address healthcare decisions and financial affairs if you are incapacitated. A living will can is also part of a health care directive that will explain whether you want your life to be prolonged if there is a chance for survival. Creating a healthcare proxy means you have appointed a relative or friend to make medical decisions for you.

Contact Us Today

Are you in Houston, Missouri City, Stafford, Sugar Land, Bellaire, and other Texas communities contemplating an estate plan or making some amends on your existing estate plan? Reach out for the best at the Law Offices of Nomani and Nomani. Planning your estate is a complex practice with countless decisions from start to finish. Our estate planning attorney will help you determine a plan that makes you content with your unique situation. With the help of our qualified professionals, you can go into the estate planning process with much confidence. This will assure you that your plan is airtight and perfect, which will only bring you ease and peace.Visit our website for more information, or call us at (713) 789-7500 to learn how we can help you.

Awards & Affiliations

Super LawyersMartindale-HubbellMartindale-HubbellState Bar of Texas

Ready to Help

We understand that each individual's needs are unique, so we offer various services to meet your specific needs. We will work with you to create a plan that fits your unique situation, and we will help you update your plan as your life changes.

If you need legal assistance for your immigration, estate planning, or family law needs, you can trust the Law Offices of Nomani and Nomani provide you with the highest quality of care. We proudly serve clients in Houston, TX, targeting Houston, Missouri City, Stafford, Sugar Land, Bellaire, and the other surrounding Texas communities. We’re committed to providing them with the best possible legal representation. Visit our website for more information, or call us at (713) 789-7500 to learn more about how we can help you.

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