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Don't Give Up Your Estate or Control of Your Affairs Without a Fight

Don't Give Up Your Estate or Control of Your Affairs Without a Fight

Choose an attorney certified in guardianship law in Livingston, TX - including East Texas, Houston or The Woodlands areas

Lana Shadwick served as a staff attorney to a judge with one of the largest probate, guardianship, and mental health dockets in Texas (Harris County). Is it time to appoint a guardian, or to fight an application for guardianship? Shadwick Law, PLLC can guide you through the guardianship process.

As a knowledgeable guardianship attorney, Lana Shadwick can help you select the best guardian for you or an elderly, disabled or incapacitated loved one. We'll then file the correct paperwork to make everything official.

Attorney Shadwick can help you fight for control of your estate if someone is wrongfully suggesting you need a guardian. She can file an appeal if you disagree with the judge's guardianship ruling. Get in touch with attorney Shadwick ASAP to discuss your guardianship needs in Livingston, TX - including East Texas, Houston or The Woodlands areas.

She is certified by the State Bar of Texas to practice Guardianship Law.

Which type of power of attorney document is best for you?

If you were deemed incapacitated tomorrow, do you know who you would want to make decisions for you? A guardianship attorney in Livingston, TX can help you select a trusted individual to give power of attorney. Attorney Lana Shadwick can draw up a variety of power of attorney documents, including:

General power of attorney-allows a person or organization to act on your behalf when it comes to a wide range of duties, including financial transactions, operating your business and buying life insurance

Health care power of attorney-allows a person to make medical decisions for you if you're unconscious, incapacitated or unable to make decisions on your own for some other reason

Durable power of attorney-designates the person of your choice in case you become incapacitated after an illness, accident or other life event.

Guardianship designation - executed in advance of incapacity or need for a guardianship names the guardian you would like to have for you and your estate.

Contact attorney Lana Shadwick now to learn more about each type of power of attorney. She'll help you select and execute the right legal document that lays out your wishes.