Coronavirus Caused Changes in Office Policies
Clearly these are anxious times. Peace of mind is key and we will do all we can to help you feel that peace of mind in some small way by ensuring you get your estate plan to where it needs to be. We are stepping-up our home visit option to include more situations and doing so at reduced fees, as well as offering telephone or video meetings for all those who request it. Hospital visits always receive scheduling priority. In addition to our normal, throughout-the-day cleaning of the client areas, we will increase cleaning of all areas of the office, especially door handles, pens, and chairs. We will also ensure that all employees use hand sanitizer before every meeting. We are no ordinary law office and will prove it during these unusual times.
Due to the county-wide Shelter in Place Order, we are temporarily changing our business hours. The office will be open Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; however, in order to comply with the county’s directive of limiting the number of people in a public place, we are by appointment only. We kindly ask that you do not come to the office unless you have called in advance and scheduled an appointment. Despite these temporary changes, we are still doing our utmost to help our community have the legal documents they need to handle legal matters throughout this crisis, to include doing phone and video conferencing, as well as necessary home visits. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we all attempt to navigate through this new and uncharted territory.
Avoid the costs, delays, and hassles of probate with prior planning
But we are here to help you through stressful times of probate when you can't avoid it
We are happy to assist you through the probate process and to find the quickest, easiest, and cheapest form of probate for your situation. Please note that due to our small office staffing, we are unable to take on any contested / litigated probates.
Planning for, or dealing with, incapacity and death requires a special kind of law firm.
The people there should not only be highly skilled, but also be calm, compassionate, and friendly. We have a very limited practice area so you can feel comfortable that your case is being handled by a team that is focused on this area of law and has a wealth of experience along with a great community reputation.
For over 35 years, Attorney Gene Silverblatt has been serving the Fort Hood, Killeen, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove and Salado communities in the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration. This includes matters related to complex or highly customized wills and trusts, medical and general powers of attorney, and guardianships for disabled adults, as well as serving as professional trustee or executor of your estate should you so desire.
We are dedicated to providing high quality and prompt legal services with compassion and care, combined with state of the art resources, and all at affordable prices. We are also dedicated to the idea that we must take the time to explain the legal process and concepts to you in a way that makes you comfortable with the process.
We offer a 30 minute no-obligation legal analysis of your case. This includes fact gathering, analysis, and strategy recommendations. You can even take that analysis to another attorney!
Price - We are happy to give various price options after we complete the no-obligation legal analysis. While we are not always the cheapest in town, we know we bring 35 years of experience and expertise to the process and that sets us apart from those cheap guys!