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Our Specialty

We Specialize in All Stages of Estate Planning, including drafting Wills, Directives to Physicians, Statutory Durable Powers of Attorney, Medical Powers of Attorney, Disposition of Remains, and Designation of Guardian documents.

Individual Solutions

We tailor our services to meet the individual needs of each of our clients. We do not provide the same cookie-cutter services for everyone. We understand that each client has specific needs, and we are equipped to help each client make the best decisions concerning their estate.

Estate Planning Packages

We are happy to assist you with a complete estate plan that includes a will, health care directive documents, and power of attorney documents. Contact us for more information.

Contact us

We offer convenient live, telephone, online, and virtual meeting consultations. We can deliver documents via email when possible.
Office: 855-855-5171
Fax: 877-395-0532
Email: info@crisshoustonlaw.com

Our Attorneys’ Qualifications

You need the confidence to entrust your legal affairs to us. To gain that confidence, you'll need to know a little bit about the Attorney who will help you make estate planning decisions that are important to your future. Cris S. Houston has served several roles throughout her career. She has been...

  • An Attorney
  • A Professor
  • A Business Owner

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Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process of making various legal decisions regarding your property and healthcare if you become physically or mentally incapacitated or if you pass away. Estate planning includes creating a will to express your wishes regarding the care of any minor children and the distribution of your property to your heirs. Designating a Medical Power of Attorney and signing a HIPPA release are also important for estate planning. Designating a Medical Power of Attorney and signing a HIPPA Release ensures that in the event you are unable to make decisions for yourself, you can choose a person you trust to handle your healthcare and medical decisions. Drafting an Advance Directive will make your wishes regarding certain important medical matters clear to your doctors and loved ones. We are happy to assist you with these and many other estate planning tasks.


So, if you are in need of estate planning services or if you have questions regarding your existing estate plan, please contact us at 281-885-8805 today! You can also contact us by using the contact form or clicking on the link below.

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