Estate Planning in Houston, Texas

For Step-by-Step Guidance, Call the Law Office of Randall S. Perrier, PC

While no one likes to think about becoming incapacitated or passing away, it is important to put into place the documents that will protect your family and property.

The Law Office of Randall S. Perrier, PC provides estate planning services for our clients from all walks of life. Estate planning services are customized based on each client’s needs.

Some of the services we provide include:

  • Wills
  • Revocable Trusts (Living Trusts)

  • Durable Powers of Attorney

  • Medical Powers of Attorney

  • Declaration of Guardian of Minor Children

  • Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates (Living Wills)

  • Irrevocable Trusts

  • Transfer Upon Death Deeds

  • Medicaid Planning


  • Business Succession Planning

  • Asset Protection Planning

  • Grantor Trusts

  • Supplemental Needs Trusts

  • Qualified Personal Residence Trusts (QPRTs)

  • Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts (GRATs)

  • Family Limited Partnerships

  • Gift and Estate Tax Minimization Strategies

  • Income Tax Minimization Strategies



Primary Documents


A will sets forth your wishes on how your property should be distributed and identifies who should manage your estate as the executor or executrix. Wills also can designate guardians of minor children, create trusts for beneficiaries, and otherwise set forth your wishes.


Revocable Trusts:

Revocable trusts (sometimes called Living Wills) can be useful tools to help you avoid the costs of probating your will.  In addition, revocable trusts can be used to enhance incapacity planning and prevent will contests.


Ancillary Documents

Durable Powers of Attorneys:

Through the use of a durable power of attorney, you can designate agents who can make financial decisions on your behalf, even if you become incapacitated.


Medical Powers of Attorney:

You can use a Medical Power of Attorney to designate agents to make health care decisions for you when you are unwilling or unable to make those health care decisions. Medical Powers of Attorney can also include language that grants your agents the authority to have access to your medical records.


Directive to Physicians (living wills):

By signing a Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates, you can inform your family and medical team that if you are in a Terminal Condition or an Irreversible Condition whether you would like to be kept alive using life support or be take off of life support.

Board Certified

Choosing an estate planning lawyer can be daunting.  Please find comfort in knowing that Randall S. Perrier has been Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2007.

Flat Fees

Estate planning services range in their complexity.  For straight forward estate planning matters, we endeavor to quote flat-fee arrangements.  For more complicated estate planning services, including services for taxable estates, we provide services based on hourly fee agreements.

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