“If we could do this by ourselves, we would have already done it.”– Darlene Templeton
Every day you make decisions to keep your family going strong. From the little things (what’s for dinner), to the big things (buying a new home), life is easier when you think ahead. Of all the plans you make, few will be as important as your estate plan.
At Nielsen Law, we know how overwhelming estate planning can be. What’s better for your family, a will or a trust? How do you name a guardian for your children? How do you make sure your child with special needs is cared for when you are not able to? Our goal is to clarify the process so you can make informed choices: explaining complex legal concepts in terms you can understand, laying out your options, and walking you through each step. With our carefully designed estate planning process, you’ll wish you’d started sooner.
Our value to our clients goes beyond a single set of documents. Your estate plan doesn’t just protect your assets. It protects you while you’re alive and need help, it protects your family, it can avoid unnecessary taxes, and it can ensure your legacy lives on long after you are gone. By building relationships, we can help navigate the estate planning process to provide you with the peace of mind that your family will be protected, no matter what tomorrow brings.
Attorney Liz Nielsen has guided hundreds of families through the estate planning process, serving as their trusted advisor to bring peace of mind to their lives. As a wife, mother, and business owner, she understands how overwhelming an estate plan can feel. As an attorney, she knows just how important it is to have that plan in place. Liz developed her passion for estate planning while in law school and, after the birth of her first child, Liz dedicated her career to helping families plan for whatever the future may bring. Liz is Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She practices exclusively in the areas of estate planning, special needs planning, and estate administration.