Milam County, Texas Estate Planning Lawyers
Colonel (Retired) Rick Rousseau has experience in every aspect of military law following 27 years on active duty as a Judge Advocate (JAG). He served in various positions, including twice as the Staff Judge Advocate (Senior Legal Advisor) for Fort Hood, Regional Defense Counsel, defense counsel, prosecutor, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, medical claims attorney, administrative law attorney, and legal assistance attorney. Rick Rousseau served as a full-time law professor at The Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) School in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he taught estate planning, federal income taxation, estate & gift taxation, and veterans & survivor benefits. He...
(409) 515-6176 719 59th Street
Galveston, TX 77551
Galveston, TX 77551
Expert legal and strategic advice by one of only a few attorneys in Williamson County who are board certified in Estate Planning & Probate. Specific types of matters include advice, drafting, review, and representation regarding wills, revocable trusts, living trusts, irrevocable trusts, dynasty trusts, IRA and retirement trusts, probate administration, trust administration, powers of attorney, living wills, guardianship, elder law, and asset protection planning with series LLCs. Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas attorney with University of Texas law school and business school degrees.
I perform legal service the way I would want to receive it - in an honest and straight forward manner. I'm married with children, am active in my church and community, and enjoy playing golf and hunting when I'm not coaching youth athletics. Feel free to call me if you have a question. You and I might discover that your question is easier to answer than you thought or we might find that your question is just the tip of an iceberg. Schedule a meeting with me and you'll find that I'm fair and honest just like a friend or...
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Providing Quality Legal Advice in Civil and Commercial Matters The Law Office of Wayne T. Rife, P.C. focuses on a wide range of business, commercial, construction, real estate, and personal legal matters. In all practice areas, we offer both litigation services and alternative dispute resolution methods such as arbitration and mediation. Our goal is to provide the bottom-line results that you expect with personal attention to your needs. We would welcome the opportunity to serve you.
Focus on providing expert legal and strategic advice to and representation of clients in the areas of estate planning, probate, and elder law. Specific types of matters include advice, drafting, review, and representation regarding wills, revocable or living trusts, dynasty trusts, IRA and retirement trusts, probate administration, powers of attorney, living wills, guardianship, and elder law. Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas attorney with University of Texas law school degree.
Mike Massey, JD, MBA, MPA has 2 degrees from The University of Texas at Austin in Accounting, a Masters and a Bachelors. He also has 2 degrees from The University of Houston, a law degree and an MBA. He successfully passed both the CPA Exam and the Texas Bar Exam on his first try. Mike loves to learn. Honest. Personal. Comprehensive. Wills, Living Trusts, Guardianship, etc. Do it now because it's too late once you stop breathing, and this life is fleeting. Who do you want to inherit your money?...
Having graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor's Degree in English and a Doctorate of Law from St. Mary's University Law School, businessmen and women, attorneys, even judges have relied on Mr. Davis' expertise with language and law. He has focused his practice on Real Estate and is currently a Real Estate Broker and Notary Public; formerly Mr. Davis was a Title Fee Office owner/operator, Escrow Officer, Mortgage Broker and Loan Officer.
Asset Protection. Serve individuals/families and business owners in regards to implementing legal entities and strategies in order to segregate their assets to prevent bogus lawsuits. Guidance on choice of entity and "pros and cons" of each, with an emphasis on asset-protection including Texas Series LLC, Medical and Dental groups forming a P.A. Coordination with a proper estate plan in order to plan for business succession or incapacity. (Establish Special Needs Trusts-SNT and Qualified Income Trusts-QIT) Texas Property Owners. Seek to appeal an Appraisal Review Board Order to State Court pursuant to Texas Property Tax Code; Civil litigation, both prosecution and defense of...