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Welcome to Green Law, PLLC


The estate planning process can be a daunting task. Deciding who should get your possessions after your death takes a great deal of thought. For many people, the choice of leaving everything outright to your spouse or children is a fairly easy decision. For others the decision is decidedly more difficult. This can be due to a variety of factors such as a blended marriage, the absence of children, the same-sex couple, the “wild-child” family, and a host of others.

If you want the State of Texas to determine what happens with your assets, stop reading now. Destroy any old will(s) that you may have drafted in the past. You do not need to do anything. You can rest assured that there is a plan for your assets! The State of Texas will decide how those assets are going to be distributed, in what proportions they will be divided, and when your “heirs” may be entitled to a distribution. All of these decisions will be made for you for an unconscionable price complete with lengthy delays and plenty of court involvement.

If you want to control the disposition of your things, control the timing of when distributions will be made, or if you simply want your wishes to replace those of Texas, then you must have a proper estate plan. Call Green Law, PLLC today to schedule your free, initial consultation. Together we will explore the all of your options keeping your wishes and goals in mind. After a thorough discussion, we will decide together what the best plan for you and your family entails.

Our Location

Sean Green, JD, CFP®
1661 Broadway
Lubbock, Texas 79401

Phone: 806.548.2953
Fax: 806.747.1931


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