The Reecer Law Firm
Board certified attorney in estate planning and probate law.
Highest commitment to excellence and integrity.
Personal and comprehensive approach to assessing client needs.
Highly qualified team of professional support.
Making careful and educated decisions will streamline the flow of your assets and guarantee they are disbursed quickly and to the intended recipients.
Wills & Trusts
Wills and living wills can save your survivors from the headaches in both time and money they will have to spend sorting through your affairs.
Probate & Estate Administration
When dealing with the aftermath of a loved one’s death, a knowledgeable estate planning and probate law attorney can be the best resource you can.
Contesting a will is wrought with emotion. Engaging a knowledgeable attorney with courtroom experience in handling probate matters can be your best.
MEET OUR ATTORNEYS
Dena A. Reecer
Ms. Reecer focuses her practice in all aspects of simple and complex estate planning and estate administration, including non-tax and tax planning wills and trusts, family wealth preservation, asset protection, and contested estate & trust matters.
Chloe R. Satterfield
Chloe’s practice focuses on estate and trust administration and litigation as well as guardianship proceedings. Her practice also involves estate and trust planning. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas and a member of the bar’s Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law section. Locally, Chloe is a member of the Denton County Bar Association and its Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law section.
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Blogs from Reecer Law
- 8 Tips for Successful Estate PlanningEstate planning is a vital process that ensures your assets are protected and distributed according to your wishes after you’re gone. While it’s natural to avoid considering the inevitable, a well-thought-out estate plan can provide security for your loved ones and protect your legacy. To help you navigate this intricate process, here are some invaluable… Read more: 8 Tips for Successful Estate Planning
- My Parents Did Not Have a Will: What Should I do Now?The passing of parents is an emotionally challenging experience, and dealing with their affairs can be overwhelming, especially when they did not leave behind a will. In Texas, intestate succession laws govern the distribution of assets and property when a person dies without a will. By following certain steps, you can navigate the situation effectively.… Read more: My Parents Did Not Have a Will: What Should I do Now?
- The Dangers of an Online WillIn today’s digital age, the internet has revolutionized various aspects of our lives, making tasks more convenient and accessible. One such area is estate planning, where online wills have gained popularity. While the convenience and cost-effectiveness of creating a will online may be appealing, it is crucial to be aware of the potential dangers associated… Read more: The Dangers of an Online Will