Fort Worth Estate Planning Attorney

Fort Worth Estate Planning Lawyer Serving Tarrant County


Whether you are making plans for your family's future, preparing to start a new business, or need to make sure your rights and interests will be protected in a real estate transaction, you will need to address multiple legal and financial issues. Fortunately, with the right attorney on your side, you can take steps to protect your interests, and you can make decisions that will benefit you for years to come. At Gonzalez Law, PLLC, we provide legal help with these issues and related matters. As a licensed Certified Public Accountant, our founder, Attorney Joe Gonzalez, provides our clients with a strong understanding of the financial impact of the decisions they make.

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Estate Planning


It is important to ensure that your family is properly prepared for whatever may happen in the future. Creating a comprehensive estate plan will help your family avoid uncertainty about how your assets should be passed to your heirs after your death. During this process, you can take the proper steps to make sure you will be protected against financial losses, and you can also take steps to ensure that you will have sufficient financial resources to support yourself, no matter what happens in your life.

As you create or update your estate plan, we can help you understand your options, and we will ensure that all documents are created and executed correctly. We can provide legal help with the creation of wills and trusts, as well as ancillary documents addressing your medical care, your assets, or other related issues.

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Set up an appointment with our attorneys by calling 817-349-7330 or contacting us online.

Elder Law

Elder Law

We work with elderly adults and their families to ensure they will have the proper financial resources and make decisions about end-of-life medical care.

Revocable Living Trusts

Revocable Living Trusts

By holding certain types of assets in a trust, a person can provide for their own needs and ensure that assets will be distributed to beneficiaries correctly.

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

A person can make sure their wishes will be followed correctly by naming a person who can make decisions on their behalf if they become incapacitated.

Probate Administration

Probate Administration


After someone dies, the person they named as the executor of their estate in their last will and testament must file the will in probate court and oversee the process of distributing assets to beneficiaries, along with other duties. Executors or estate administrators will need to meet a number of requirements during this process, and they may also need to address issues related to contested wills or estates.

Representation for Fiduciaries

We work with executors to follow the correct procedures during the probate process, ensuring that a person's wishes will be carried out correctly.

Representation for Beneficiaries

We work with family members to address situations where they may believe that a will is invalid or that an executor has failed to uphold their loved one's wishes.

Gonzalez Law, PLLC

How a Certified Public Accountant Can Help You


As a licensed CPA, our founder can help clients understand the financial implications of their legal decisions.

Business Formation


When establishing a new business, it is important to select the right type of legal entity and ensure that all requirements are met when creating a formal business structure. Existing businesses may also benefit from a change in structure, including when adding new partners or investors. We can help business owners understand how to structure a company in a way that protects them from liability and provides the best tax benefits.

In addition to assisting with formation and restructuring, we provide legal help with a number of other business law matters. We can help draft and negotiate contracts and provide assistance in disputes involving breach of contract, and we provide limited general counsel services to help businesses create and execute winning strategies.

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Fort Worth, TX 76104

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