Robbins Estate Law brings stellar Estate Planning and Probate services to the city of Round Rock, TX. Our third office location is based in Round Rock, near Veterans Park.
Round Rock Office Information:
Address: 1000 Heritage Center Cir Office #137, Round Rock, TX 78664
- Monday – Friday: 8 AM-5 PM
- Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Phone: (512) 851-1248
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We Serve All of Texas
Although we are physically based in Round Rock Texas. Our team is certified to help clients across the entire state of Texas.
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Estate Planning and Probate Services in the Round Rock Area
We help put together a good estate plan to help protect you and your assets. Get started on the many legal strategies involved in estate planning, including wills, revocable living trusts, durable powers of attorney, and more.
Our expert team is ready to guide you through the Probate and estate administration processes. Whether supervised or unsupervised or if probate avoidance planning has not been implemented prior to death we are here to help in every situation.
Our expert team of attorneys will review your case, determine what legal actions are necessary, and provide guidance on how to proceed. Estate Litigation cases can be complicated, and an Estate Litigator can help represent you in Court in challenging the estate administration.
When an application to probate a Will is filed, any interested person with standing can file a Will contest to challenge the validity of that Will. Get started with us if you suspect a Will is invalid and are considering contesting.
We are ready to help with your Special Needs Estate Planning. We focus on ensuring the special needs of your loved ones with disabilities are protected when you are no longer there to organize and advocate on their behalf.
Asset protection planning involves making prudent decisions today to protect yourself, your business, and your hard-earned assets from loss due to lawsuits, creditors, or bankruptcies. Let us get you started today.
Our team is versed in the three distinct aspects of federal wealth transfer taxes that comprise what is called the Unified Transfer Tax: Estate Taxes, Gift Taxes, and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes. Let us start your legal planning to avoid or minimize these transfer taxes.
Approximately 90 percent of all businesses in this country are either family-owned or family-controlled. Making it more important than ever to ensure your legacy maintains itself as the years go on, business succession planning will help ensure the ownership and net worth of your business are transferred as you always intended.