Elder Law Attorney, Kim Hegwood,
of Hegwood Law Group, provides
legal services in Estate Planning,
Medicaid Asset Protection Planning,
Guardianship, Miller Trust and Generational Financial Planning.
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of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), Wealth Counsel
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The goal of
Hegwood Law Group is to provide the highest quality legal
services to you and your business in a timely fashion. Our approach to estate planning in unique: we
help you create a true Lifetime Legacy for your loved ones.
What is a Lifetime
Legacy? It is simply an estate plan that passes your hard earned wealth to who
you want, when you want them to have it, the way you want them to have it, at
the lowest possible cost (avoiding taxes and probate costs) with maximum
protection from lawsuits, waste, and divorce.
attorneys at Hegwood Law Group can help with:
Powers of Attorney
Disability planning, including
use of durable powers of attorney, living trusts, living wills,
advanced directives and other means of delegating management
and decision-making to another in case of in competency or incapacity
Conservatorship and Guardianship
Estate planning, including
planning for the management of one's estate during life and
its disposition on death through the use of trusts, wills and
other planning documents
Preservation/transfer of assets
seeking to avoid spousal impoverishment when one spouse enters
a nursing home
Administration and management
of trusts and estate
Mental Health law matters
For those of you that only have
a will, Hegwood Law Group will help your executor probate
your estate. We have lawyers experienced to handle these matters
and the caring to help the families that have suffered a loss.
some people die without a will, but have property that needs to
be given to their heirs. There are special proceedings for this
occurrence and Hegwood Law Group has the ability to
handle the complexities of this type of proceedings. Also, families
with loved ones that do not have a medical power of attorney and
a statutory power of attorney and become incapacitated may need
guardianships in order to take care of the medical and financial
decisions of those loved ones. We can help.
For those families that have trusts,
Hegwood Law Group has the ability to administer the
trust after the death of a Grantor. The ability to administer trusts
correctly enables the beneficiaries to receive their trust assets
without problems and performed correctly.
Kim has a B.A.A. in Management
Information Systems and a B.S. in Legal Studies from University
of Houston. She graduated from South Texas College of Law and was
admitted to the Bar in 1997. She belongs to the National Academy
of Elder Law Attorneys, National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys
and has been a volunteer at Bay Area Turning Point and the Annual
Galveston County National Adoption Day.
& Professionals Memberships
Admitted: 1997, Texas and
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas
Law School: South Texas College
of Law, J.D., 1996
College: University of Houston
(B.B.A., 1991; B.S., 1993)
Memberships: State Bar of
Texas; College of the State Bar of Texas; National Academy of
Elder Law Attorneys.
We welcome the
opportunity to talk with you and to discuss how we may be of service. Contact
Law Group today at (281) 218-0880 or complete our Request for Information form below.
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