The 10 Best Estate Planning Attorneys near League City, Texas
Some of the most higly rated Estate Planning Attorneys near League City are:
- The Law Office of James Tittle (5/5)
- Barry Evans Attorney (5/5)
- Maloney & Parks, LLP, Attorneys at Law (5/5)
- McNair Law Group, PLLC (4.9/5)
- Zapalac Law Firm, PLLC (4.9/5)
- Law Office of Ian Michael Kuecker, PLLC (4.6/5)
- Clark Diane D Attorney At Law (3.1/5)
- William A. Brown LLC (1/5)
- Greer Herz & Adams LLP (0/5)
- Hendershot Cowart P.C. (0/5)
Here is a review from an user.
Mr. Tittle was very professional, efficient, and kept me updated in a timely manner. He achieved the best outcome. Thank you Sir and May God shed his grace upon you! God bless you!
Barry has been doing legal work for me and my family for almost years. We have relied on him for help with wills, a car accident claim and a premise negligence case. He is always happy to discuss our legal questions and we trust his advice.
I hired Mr. Maloney during a very pivotal time in my life. I needed someone to represent me that I was able to communicate with and someone that was confident in their position. Mr. Maloney got to work immediately, got me the best offer possible, his rate was reasonable, and he always got back with me on any question I asked. He was referred to me and I’m so thankful I went with him. He’s the real deal and very good at what he does.
My husband and I simply cannot say enough great things about McNair Law Group. Joy is the epitome of professionalism. We were impressed with her work. She is friendly, detail-oriented and very personable, which we appreciated. She makes sure you understand every step of the process. Our final estate planning package was quite impressive! Joy was accommodating to our schedules, traveling closer to our side of town. We will recommend McNair Law Group to friends and family.
We had an issue recovering our security deposit from a lease. We sent all the info to Ryan, he immediately reviewed it, saw we were in a good position, explained what he could do about it, what the cost would be and then, with our blessing proceeded. He sent a very professionally worded demand letter to our former landlord quoting which Texas laws applied to our situation and what the path forward would be if the deposit was not refunded. On the morning that the letter was sent (via email) Ryan received an immediate response from the landlord with a copy of the certified refund check and proof that it was mailed. We are extremely satisfied with his work.
Ian helped our family get an emergency protective order against the wife's violent ex. Ian Kuecker was aggressive, thorough, listened to us, gave consideration to our input, and in the end, made everyone in the courtroom (including the judge) sympathetic to our situation. A slam dunk. This was a few years ago and I regret not leaving this review sooner. To anyone considering hiring Ian Kuecker in a family law situation, I give Ian my highest recommendation, and enthusiastic congratulations.
Very helpful and willing to help! Returns calls promptly, professional, willing to listen, answer any and all questions and concerns. Even helped and gave advice for a quick resolution for a case that she was not representing me on. Definitely would use Diane again and highly recommend!
one star is too high for William A. Brown. We had him write our wills in and he had refused to included EXECUTORS and SELF PROVING AFFIDAVIT in our wills that are required by Texas Estate Law. We were suspicious about his intention refusing to include the critical requirements in wills written in Texas. If a will does not include Executor and Self Proving Affidavit, it cannot be probated because not having two critical requirements in the will, it is not a valid will. If possible in anyway, it would cost so much money to probate. I cannot imagine any honest estate lawyer would write wills without Executors and Self Proving Affidavit and refuses to include them in wills despite the clients requests. When he refused to meet our request to include the two item (Executors and Self Proving Affidavit) in our wills, we told him that we did not need his service and asked to refund % of the fee we paid upfront ($.) because he was the husband of my acquaintance. I told him that he had two weeks to refund the money but he did not send the check. When I wrote him an email that I was going to file a complaint against him to Houston Bar Association, he wrote me back, "The check is in the mail." We received the % of the fee I paid ($.). Because we were dealing with a lawyer, we kept the copies of all email exchanges with William Brown, the copies of draft wills he had prepared, and the copy of the check he refunded. They are in our bank safety deposit box and they will be remained there. If anyone is going to have any estate lawyer to write your will, study the requirements in wills written in Texas by going on web site provided by Texas Young Lawyers before you go to see a lawyer. It is a very helpful website regarding Texas estate law. I would never recommend William Brown to anyone need to write a will. Yang