Krupa Downs Law
They focus their practice on wills, trusts, advance directives, estate planning, guardianships, and probate. They have almost 10 years of legal experience handling estate planning, probate & guardianship legal matters for clients in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Plano and throughout Collin, Dallas and Denton counties.
In addition to their practice, they writes and lectures for local and state bar associations, and at legal seminars. Their additional community contributions are numerous and include serving as a public affairs representative for the Junior League of Collin County.
Providing legal representation & service in these practice areas
- Probate & Estate Administration: Probate is the legal process concerning a decedent’s estate. They can assist you with these matters while understanding the emotional dynamics. After the death of a loved one, one of the most difficult issues survivors face is dealing with the loved one’s estate. In Texas, there are a variety of procedures for handling the estate of person who has passed away. For example, an estate consisting of only non-probate assets does not need to be probated and an estate with few assets can be handled without a full probate administration. They can help you determine the best method for handling your loved one’s estate.
Wills, Estate Planning & Trusts: You can save your loved ones time, money and frustration by having a will and planning for the management of your health care and property for if you become incapacitated. They devise a plan that gives you peace of mind. Your estate consists of your real and personal property. Real property includes land and improvements located on the land as well as oil, gas, and other mineral interests. Personal property is all other property, including cash, bank accounts, clothing and personal effects, household furnishings, motor vehicles, stocks and bonds, life insurance policies, and government, retirement, or employee benefits.
Guardianship: Guardianship is legal process where a guardian is appointed for an incapacitated person or a minor.
This process is designed to protect the incapacitated person by providing for that person’s care and/or management of his or her estate. A guardianship authorizes another person to act and make decisions on behalf of the incapacitated adult or minor child.