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Flower Mound Estate Planning Lawyer

Flower Mound Estate Planning Attorney Serving Denton County

Whether you are faced with a sudden legal challenge or want to begin planning for your future, you deserve a strong team by your side. At Colbert Law Group PLLC, we know that addressing legal issues head-on can be overwhelming for many people and we know how confusing the legal process can seem. That is why we take the time to provide each client with an understanding of their rights and a consistent commitment to helping them to the best of our ability. We offer our clients a wide range of legal experience in matters of estate planning, elder law, business litigation, and other legal challenges.

Attorney Stephen Colbert has extensive experience in business litigation, elder law, estate planning, and probate cases. Colbert Law Group PLLC has been serving communities in Texas and Oklahoma since 1992. Our success and longevity is built upon the personal service that we provide to our clients. Whether you are looking to create a will, establish a trust, begin planning for long-term care, or need representation in a business litigation case, we are ready to serve you. Putting off your legal issues will not make them go away. Our experienced team will help you take control of your situation, protect your rights, and work toward achieving your goals.

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Our clients deserve flexibility when it comes to receiving legal advice. That is why we offer consultations in-person, by phone, or by video conference, making the process easier for you. Call us today or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

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Estate Planning

Many people put off planning for their future since it can feel so overwhelming. At Colbert Law Group PLLC, we will take the time to help you understand the estate planning process and give you the tools that you need to craft a plan that will benefit you and your loved ones. We help our clients learn about the role that wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other estate planning tools can play. You can trust us to learn about your situation, discuss your options, and establish a well-crafted plan to meet your specific needs. By starting now to plan for the future of your estate, you will ensure that your wishes are met.

Wills

A will is the most basic estate planning document, which can be used to specify who will receive assets, gifts, and other specific items from your estate after your death. It can also be used to name a guardian for your children if you pass away while they are a minor.Read More >>

Trusts

Trusts allow you to safeguard your assets, distribute them to your chosen beneficiaries, and allow them to avoid the potentially difficult probate process. A trust can provide for your needs while you are alive and be used to pass along your assets to your beneficiaries after your death.Read More >>

Chickasaw Nations

Attorney Stephen Colbert is a proud member of the Chickasaw Nation and has been practicing law in Texas and Oklahoma for nearly 50 years. He is ready to use his exceptional legal skill for members of the Chickasaw Nation and other Native American tribal members.

You can trust Attorney Colbert to provide outstanding legal advice on matters of estate planning, elder law, and business litigation and transactions.

Elder Law

Older Americans can be faced with a challenging set of legal issues. Whether you are navigating these challenges on your own or on behalf of an aging loved one, we can provide the tools and legal advice for a better tomorrow. At Colbert Law Group PLLC, we have experience in matters of estate planning, long-term care, health insurance, medical care, and estate and probate administration. We will take the time to meet with you, understand your needs, and recommend a path forward.

While some of the conversations may be difficult, it is better to reach out sooner than later so that we may provide you with thorough and honest guidance in all matters of elder law.

Business Litigation

When owning or operating a business, you can be faced with numerous legal challenges, including litigation, transactions, and employee disputes. When you contact Colbert Law Group PLLC, we will help you through complex situations and provide a solution that will benefit your business. We have been working with business clients since 1992 and can provide you with proactive legal advice to avoid future disputes or strong representation in matters of litigation. Contact us today to begin addressing the legal challenges facing your business.


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