Located in Wichita Falls, serving Wichita Falls areas
The Law Office of Robert R. Massey Attorney
Attorney Robert R. Massey provides practical and personalized legal solutions that meet the distinct needs of the individual. The Law Office of Robert R. Massey strives to provide excellence in legal representation and obtain the best results. We solve legal problems and empower clients to overcome the past and conquer the future. We strive to create life-long relationships with our clients.
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There is nothing more important in a person’s life than family. Unfortunately, couples can grow apart, trust can be betrayed, or a spouse may suﬀer abuse. No matter what the circumstances, you need someone you can trust as you pass through this diﬃcult time of transition in your life. You need someone who can be a voice of reason, a voice of strength, and a voice of truth in and out of the court. Robert Massey takes special interest in every client and his or her unique circumstances. Every client is a person, not just a case.
Some cases require cooperation, others require litigation. Attorney Massey wants to ﬁght for your cause whether you are dealing with a complicated divorce, child custody issues, an adoption, or whatever your family law necessity. To learn more, contact family lawyer Robert R. Massey to schedule a consultation.
You can have peace of mind knowing that your legal aﬀairs are in order, in case of disability or death. Estate planning may include a last will and testament, durable power of attorney, medical power of attorney, HIPPA release, an advanced directive, or other legal documents. A last will and testament lets your loved ones know how to distribute your assets and appoints someone to direct your estate, small or large. A durable power of attorney designates someone to be your ﬁnancial agent in the event that you are incapcitated to make important decisions. Likewise, a medical power of attorney authorizes a personal representative you elect to oversee your healthcare should you be incapable of making informed, medical choices. After you have a HIPPA release, you can assign who has access to your private medical information. With an advanced directive, a medical team will know your desires for life-sustaining medical procedures. Robert Massey works hard for you so that your Estate plan will be executed and your loved ones will be well cared for. To learn more, contact estate planning attorney Robert R. Massey to schedule a consultation.
Having a solid estate plan in place is the most step to pass on your legacy to your loved ones. The second step is to probate the Will. Many people are uninformed or misinformed about the effect of a Will upon a person's death. In fact, a last will and testament has no legal effect whatsoever until it is probated. Probate is the process by which legal effect is given to the Will and someone is appointed to see that your carefully crafted estate plan is fully executed. The personal representative holds “ﬁduciary” duties and has responsibility for the interests of the decedent’s estate, as well as the estate’s beneﬁciaries with due consideration. Robert can help you navigate through the probate process.
Probate also refers to the process that must be undertaken when the deceased had no Will. Depending upon several factors, there are several legal methods to pass legal rights to property and assets to the heirs per Texas law. Probate or a legal procedure must still be undertaken. Attorney Massey strives to find the best probate procedure for your particular circumstances. To discuss your personal situation, contact probate lawyer Robert R. Massey for a consultation.