Estate Planning & Administration

Lovelace Law P.L.L.C. is the north central Texas law firm that can help you build solid, forward-looking estate planning that ensures your family's financial security, as well as assist with smooth administration of any estate.

W. Cade Lovelace leads our estate planning practice with a unique combination of experience, attentive personal service and a reputation for results.

At Lovelace Law, we advise you on a wide variety of techniques such as living trusts that utilize the unlimited marital deduction through the use of "Q-TIP" trusts and unified credit trusts; minimizing adverse effects of the generation-skipping tax; reducing the taxable estate through lifetime gifts; establishment of life insurance trusts; residence "GRITs" and other irrevocable trusts; family limited partnerships and other property transfers and asset protection mechanisms.

This extraordinary moment in your life, in which you are able to give a final gift to your loved ones, calls for extraordinary representation — the kind we specialize in, and have for the almost 30 years of our attorneys' combined experience — at Lovelace Law, P.C.

We serve estate and probate clients in Johnson County, Tarrant County and throughout north central Texas. Contact us today to arrange your free initial consultation.

Burleson Estate Administration Lawyers Offer Experience, Knowledge, Service

The firm handles the following estate planning techniques and topics:

  • Asset protection
  • Charitable remainder trusts
  • Charitable trusts and gifts
  • Conservatorships
  • Elder law
  • Estate tax minimization
  • Estate litigation
  • Family limited partnerships/LLCs
  • General, limited and medical powers of attorney
  • Gift tax considerations
  • GRATs and GRITs
  • Guardianships
  • Life insurance trusts
  • Wills, living wills and complex wills
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Revocable living trusts

Overall estate planning usually begins with the creation of a revocable family trust, a will and durable power of attorney for health care and financial management. But regardless of the combination of estate planning tools that is right for you, we equip you with the facts and legal options you need to be aware of, which can lead to sound decisions about your Texas family's future.

When the time comes to administer an estate, we work closely and productively with executors, trustees and beneficiaries in ways that honor decisions made by the decedent.

To speak with one of our Burleson estate planning lawyers at Lovelace Law, P.C., contact us by phone at 817-953-9656 or by email. Hablamos español.