Regardless of your age or financial status, failing to set forth instructions regarding the distribution of your property puts your loved ones at risk. At The Law Offices of R. John Cullar in Waco, John Cullar is a qualified trusts and estates attorney who has more than three decades of experience helping Texans protect and transfer their assets. By drafting effective wills, trusts, guardianship documents and other legal instruments tailored to your specific needs, The Law Offices of R. John Cullar will give you and your family the security you deserve.
Developing a comprehensive estate plan requires personalized counsel from a qualified attorney. John Cullar helps you understand legal details, tax consequences and other factors that could have a major impact on your ability to fulfill your goals. The Law Offices of R. John Cullar advises Central Texas clients on all types of options and situations, such as:
At every stage, John Cullar will help you accomplish your objectives by drafting authoritative legal instruments and providing effective advocacy during disputes.
Whether an estate is simple or highly complex, The Law Offices of R. John Cullar delivers the guidance you need to handle administrative duties in a professional, cost-efficient manner. If no will exists, John Cullar can explain how a decedent’s property is allocated according to the Texas intestacy laws. Based on your specific circumstances, John Cullar will outline the comparative benefits of independent and dependent administration. John Cullar assists at every stage of the process, from admitting the will to probate to final distribution of estate assets.
Smart estate planning involves more than instructions regarding the dispersal of property. If you have minor children or have legal responsibility for a disabled adult, it is essential to create a sound plan for their care and financial needs if you are no longer there for them. John Cullar works closely with clients to make appropriate provisions for these dependents and to address what should happen if you cannot manage key tasks and decisions due to an illness or injury.