• Probate and Trust Administration
• Asset Protection Planning
• Special Needs Planning
• Minor Children Planning
• Business Succession
• Estate Tax Planning
• Charitable Planning
• Pet Planning
1601 Rio Grande, Suite 550
Austin, Texas 78701
The Wiewel Law Firm - The Peace of Mind People®
Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys -
Austin, Georgetown*, Horseshoe Bay*, and San Antonio*, Texas
Who We Are
The Wiewel Law Firm focuses its practice exclusively in the area of wills, probate, estate planning, asset protection, and special needs planning. Brad Wiewel, Doug Paul and Candice Bocock are Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We provide estate planning services, asset protection planning, business planning, and retirement exit strategies. We also provide trust attorney services, creating revocable living trusts, charitable trusts, special needs trusts, living wills, and financial and medical powers of attorney. Years of experience, a passion for helping our clients, and a high regard for law and ethics guide the way we help our clients in estate planning, and in setting up secure estate administration, and trust administration structures. We can also carefully and gently help families navigate through the probate process. Through our offices in Austin, Georgetown*, Horseshoe Bay*, and San Antonio* we serve clients in those cities as well as clients in Westlake, Lakeway, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Marble Falls, San Antonio and the Highland Lakes area of Texas.
*By Appointment Only
What We Do
In addition to the drafting of wills, trusts, family limited partnerships, limited liability companies and life insurance trusts, we often help clients prepare for un-planned possibilities like debilitating health problems, or disabling injuries. It is our objective to maximize the control you and your loved ones will have at critical times regarding healthcare decisions and asset management, while minimizing the need for court intervention. Using a time tested skill-set of proven legal techniques we guide our clients through complexities which might otherwise seem overwhelming. To make certain our clients are well protected, we often offer to keep vital documents up-to-date, help our clients avoid problems sometimes associated with probate, avoid unnecessary taxes, and aid them in constructing strategies and trusts to insure their families are provided for in difficult times. In the event of a death, we are ready to skillfully and sensitively assist clients in handling their loved one’s estate whether it be through the probate process or the administration of their trust. In all that we do, we intend to provide a level of quality which exceeds our clients’ expectations in every way. This is why we call our law firm The Peace of Mind People®.
Why We Do What We Do
Meetings with attorneys always seem to deal with the WHAT and HOW of estate planning and probate. At The Wiewel Law Firm we call ourselves The Peace of Mind People®. We want to take a moment and tell you WHY we do what we do.
Here is the WHY of The Wiewel Law Firm: We LOVE taking complex legal concepts and making those understandable to our clients and their advisors so they can take action. That then allows us to bring peace of mind to our clients and their family if they become incapacitated, at death, and when they are concerned about protecting themselves, their wealth, and their loved ones from predators, problematic family members and the IRS.
The Wiewel Law Firm's mission statement is to honor God, our clients, our families, and our community by providing each of our clients with the finest legal counseling possible. We endeavor to serve our clients by exceeding their expectations in every way, but especially by providing an ongoing personal relationship with them over the course of their lives. We are The Peace Of Mind People®.
LifePlanning Legal Services™ is The Wiewel Law Firm's unique estate planning process. LifePlanning™ addresses issues that cause many estate plans to fail to attain their original goals, such as out-of-date documents, a failure to coordinate your assets with your estate plan and little knowledge about fees. LifePlanning™ insures regular, systematic updating of your plan for both personal and legal changes, total synchronization of assets with the plan and fixed, fully disclosed fees. Please visit Practice Areas to learn more.
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