The Allen Firm, PC
Guided by Values.
Focused on People.
Business Lawyers since 1972
Estate Planning & Trustas
Whether you need help preparing a simple Will, managing a complex estate or creating a Trust, we can help. An effective estate plan considers your wishes, tax issues, issues involving disposition of assets to impaired individuals, gift planning, trust planning, charitable planning, your financial objectives and many other important issues.
Accidents & Injuries
Accidents, injuries and property damage can be life altering occurrences. Our team of attorneys has assisted individuals and companies obtain monetary compensation for their injuries and property damages. Additionally, our litigation team has defended individuals and companies against damage claims.
Probate and administration of estates refers to the process by which the personal business affairs and assets of a deceased individual are handled and distributed to the deceased’s heirs or beneficiaries in accordance with the estate planning documents or applicable law. Our team of attorneys is experienced in the probate and administration process. Specifically, we can help you submit a Will for probate, appoint the executor, and guide you through the probate process ending payment of any debts and distribution of all assets.
Our attorneys have been on both sides of the table when it comes to civil lawsuits. We have filed and defended many lawsuits in the North Central Texas area ranging from car accidents to complex oil and gas matters. Our primary practice is before all Texas State Courts and the Federal Bankruptcy Courts located in the Northern District of Texas. Our firm has particular experience representing clients in the agriculture, banking and finance, oil and gas and construction industries.
For each matter, our firm seeks to establish a defined strategy so that the matter is conducted in a cost-effective manner. Some situations require aggressive action, while others require early negotiations or mediation to avoid costly litigation.
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