There's a lot at stake when you're planning your estate, going through probate, forming a new business, or fighting for Social Security disability benefits. When your future—or the future of your family or business—is on the line, you need experienced legal counsel who can advocate for you at each and every stage of the process.

In addition to knowing the relevant laws inside and out, your attorney should have a good reputation, and a track record of success in their fields of practice. Most importantly, the attorney you choose to represent you should take the time to get to know you, your family or business, and your goals, so that they can recommend highly-personalized legal solutions and help you make the tough decisions that can lead to your success. That's exactly what we do at Colin Smith Law, PLLC. In fact, it's why our founder, Colin Smith, became an attorney in the first place.

Our firm assists clients in Dallas, Collin, and Denton Counties with a wide range of estate and business planning services. We can help you:

  • Create and implement estate plans
  • Transfer property and assets to beneficiaries
  • Establish trusts
  • Survive probate
  • Form a business
  • Apply for SSDI benefits
  • Appeal an SSDI denial

Colin Smith Law, PLLC isn't a large corporate firm, but we use that to your advantage, providing solutions-oriented legal services with a compassionate, personal touch. We put ourselves in our clients' shoes and deliver the kind of representation we'd expect to receive if roles were reversed. Our firm also offers unique services, such as anti-addiction estate plans and can even help you preserve your family history.

Also, we understand that, because the law and circumstances can change, your estate or business documents may need to as well. We'll reach out to you every couple of years to see if any updates are needed.

Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Knowledgeable TX Attorney

Want to learn more about how we can help you plan your estate, navigate the probate process, form a business, or pursue disability benefits? Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. If you can't come to us, let us know and we'll come to you. We can meet you outside of our regular business hours upon request. Don't wait—contact us today.