The Law Office of Carey Thompson, PC is a boutique legal practice assisting clients in Parker County with disability benefits, estate planning, and probate. Whether you need help obtaining disability benefits, planning your estate, or probating a will, we provide compassionate representation and dependable service.
When you meet with us, you will work directly with an experienced disability and estate planning attorney who will listen to your concerns and help you make informed decisions about your future. We are available for in-person consultations and videoconferences. Contact us today to set up an appointment.
Obtaining Disability Benefits in Parker County
The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers disability benefits to individuals who cannot work due to a disabling medical condition. Obtaining these vital benefits is challenging because of the strict technical and medical eligibility requirements – The SSA denies most initial benefit claims. That’s where our firm can assist you.
We know the ins and outs of the Social Security system and have longstanding professional relationships with disability examiners who see us as dedicated advocates who care about our clients. When you become our client, we will guide you through all aspects of the claims process. This includes handling your disability appeal and representing you at your disability hearing.
Although claim denials are common, working with our experienced Parker County disability attorney increases the likelihood of obtaining the benefits you deserve. Reach out today so we can start working on your claim and put your mind at ease.
Parkers County Estate Planning Attorney
At the Law Office of Carey Thompson, we know no two estates are the same, and each client has unique needs and objectives. Whether you only need a will or can benefit from a trust-based plan, our experienced trust and estate attorney will help you establish a well-conceived plan.
Founding attorney Carey Thompson is knowledgeable about all aspects of estate planning and can help you prepare foundational documents such as:
- Last will and testament (will) to determine how your property will be distributed after you pass away and designate guardians for your mimor children
- Dable power of attorney to name a trusted person to act as your agent and handle your legal and business affairs (paying bills, managing property and investments) if you become temporarily or permanently incapacitated
- Advance health care directive to appoint a healthcare representative to make decisions about your medical care if you cannot communicate those decisions
- Revocable living trust to take ownership of your property, allow you to manage it during your lifetime, and seamlessly distribute your assets to your beneficiaries after you pass away
- Irrevocable trusts to protect your assets from estate taxes and creditors’ claims, provide for a loved one with special needs, plan for long-term care, or leave a charitable legacy
We do more than prepare estate planning documents. When you work with us, we will take the time to get to know you, understand your circumstances, offer you objective insights, and help you make the best decisions for you and your family.
Because planning your estate is not a once-and-done arrangement, we provide ongoing counsel to align your plan with life’s transitions from raising a family to acquiring property and planning for retirement. It’s never too late to plan your estate. Contact us today to get started.
Probate and Estate Administration in Parker County
If you have been appointed executor of a loved one’s estate, our Parker County probate attorney can help you faithfully carry out your duties, including:
- Notifying the designated beneficiaries
- Inventorying and appraising the estate assets
- Settling creditors’ claims against the estate
- Filing the decedent’s final income taxes
- Paying applicable estate taxes, if any
- Distributing the remaining assets to the beneficiaries
Because you are considered a fiduciary, you must act in the best interest of the beneficiaries – you can be held liable for any mistakes or misconduct. Working with our attorneys is the best way to protect your interests. We also help families with the estate administration process when a loved one dies without a will. We understand your concerns during this difficult time and will offer you trustworthy advice and emotional support.
Contact Our Experienced Parker County Disability Law and Estate Planning Attorney
Whether you need assistance obtaining disability benefits or planning your estate, the Law Office of Carey Thompson is the trusted choice. We are highly regarded attorneys and empathic people who serve our clients with the highest standards of professional excellence. You can depend on us to work in your best interests and stand by you every step of the way. Contact our office today to schedule your initial consultation.