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Whether you have a small business that has accumulated more debt than you can service, or you have mounting credit card debt, unpaid medical bills, harassing creditor phone calls, the stress of insolvency can be a significant burden. When faced with overwhelming debt, it is important to remember that you do have options and you do have rights. Bankruptcy is not a last resort — it is the most effective way to protect your business and family against debt.


Most people have not planned for their care during the final stage of life. Acute care, rehabilitative care, home care, rarely covers the full scope of services needed at life’s end. We take a realistic and expertly informed view towards planning for long-term care. We take the time to analyze issues, understand implications, and ensure that each client’s unique legal needs are protected throughout the process.


We handle Probate proceedings in all Texas State Courts with Probate jurisdiction. Probate is the legal process of proving the validity of a will; however, we also use the term generally to refer to administering the estate of the decedent. The “estate” may range in value and complexity from millions of dollars to one bank account. There are numerous assets that might otherwise be considered non-probate assets, but due to circumstances, have become subject to probate.

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Reorganize Your Small Business

If your business is struggling, Congress has just given you new tools to reorganize your business. Shed unwanted contracts, reshape operations, and, if you have less than $7,500,000 in debt, shed unsecured debt by making your net distributable income available to creditors over a 3 to 5 year period under the Small Business Reorganization Act. If you have more than $7.5 million in debt, Chapter 11 provides the most flexibility and power under the law to reorganize and pay your debt under terms that make sense.