Estate Planning Attorney Serving Fort Worth, Texas
Dedicated, Experienced & Ethical
Hello, my name is Andrea Casanova. I am a licensed attorney practicing in Fort Worth, Texas. My specialties are Estate Planning, Probate, and Guardianship. In early 2015, I hung my own shingle and opened a small office in downtown Fort Worth, off of West 7th Street. I offer expertise in all facets of estate planning law and as a sole practitioner I have the ability to be 100 percent engaged with all of my clients and their legal matters. Please look around my website. Please do not hesitate to contact me – no question is too big or too small. I treat my clients the way I would like to be treated. If I am not immediately available when you call, I return all calls within 24 hours.
Experienced Texas Attorney Represents Clients In Estate Planning Matters
Compassionate Fort Worth lawyer helps clients with probate and estate administration
When you’re planning for the future of your loved ones, a seasoned estate planning attorney can help ensure your family is protected and give you peace of mind. At the Law Office of Andrea Casanova, we’re here to help with all of your estate planning needs. Since 2015, our Fort Worth office has serviced clients throughout Texas by helping them establish trusts, create wills and more. Whether you’re looking to leave a legacy for your children or need help administering a will, our attorney is here to help.
Trusted advocate helps clients plan for the future
At our Texas firm, we handle all estate planning matters, including:
If you are looking to safeguard your family’s future, our attorney can help by creating, drafting or reviewing a will and making sure that your wishes are clearly outlined.
Living wills and other advanced directives —
It can be difficult to think about a time when you may not be able to advocate for yourself, but creating a living will document can save your family significant heartache by designating a trusted person to make crucial medical decisions on your behalf. We can also help you create a power of attorney document that allows you to choose someone to make business and financial decisions for you in the event that you become incapacitated.
Guardianships and conservatorships —
For adults who want to become the guardian of an incapacitated adult child or an disabled or elderly adult, our attorney will help you with the process so that you can make plans for their future care.
Probate and estate administration —
If you have been named the executor of a deceased loved one’s estate, we aim to take the pressure off the probate and estate administration process by helping you notify heirs and settle the estate according to the decedent’s wishes. If a dispute arises, our attorney will represent you during probate litigation.
Your family’s well-being is worth careful and thoughtful planning. We’ll make sure you cover all your bases concerning your estate planning needs.