Grand Prairie Bankruptcy & Estate Law

Grand Prairie Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, & Elder Law Services

30+ Years of Legal Experience in Your Corner

At the Law Office of Marilyn D. Garner, we are here to assist you with a wide range of legal matters involving bankruptcy, estate planning, and elder law. For more than 30 years, our skilled attorney has been using her knowledge of the law to tackle various legal issues and to deliver top-notch representation throughout each phase of the legal process for every client we take on. When you choose our legal team to handle your case, you can trust that we will do everything we can to make sure your best interests are protected.

Dedicated Grand Prairie Bankruptcy Lawyer

When it comes to filing for bankruptcy to get out debt, you need a skilled legal advocate who will stand in your corner and advise you throughout the entire process. Bankruptcy cases can be complicated matters, which is why our legal team is here to handle all of the paperwork and filing procedures on your behalf. We understand that dealing with debt and creditors can be overwhelming. But with the Law Office of Marilyn D. Garner on your side, you can feel confident that your case is in qualified hands. Our team of attorneys have helped many individuals and families by saving their homes from late mortgages and foreclosures, relief from frozen bank accounts and garnishments, and a way to economic stability. We are dedicated firm you can trust.

We proudly offer the following bankruptcy services in Grand Prairie:

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions
  • Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
  • Pro Se Bankruptcy
  • Means Test
  • Loan Modification
  • Life After Bankruptcy
  • Collections Defense
  • Foreclosure Defense

Let our experienced bankruptcy attorney in Grand Prairie, TX help you, schedule your free consultation today at (817) 381-9292!

Create a Comprehensive Estate Plan Today

Our legal professionals understand how important it is to have an estate plan that includes wills and trusts so that your loved ones can obtain your assets after you pass away. There are many different obstacles that your loved ones might encounter after you die, which is why you need to take the time to consult with our legal team discuss the importance of trust litigation, estate administration, probate, and other estate planning matters that you need to complete to protect your wealth and property.

Our firm offers the following estate planning services in Grand Prairie:

  • Wills
  • Powers of Attorneys
  • Probate Litigation
  • Advanced Healthcare Directives
  • Revocable Trusts
  • Trust Litigation
  • Trust Administration
  • Incentive Trusts
  • Implied Trusts
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Discretionary Trusts
  • Revocable Trusts

FAQ: Estate Planning

Question #1: What is a will?

A: A will is a legal document that specifies how your property should be distributed when you pass away. You can modify or revoke your will after it has been included in your estate plan.

Question #2: What is a trust?

A: A trust allows you to transfer property to another person who will then hold and distribute it to your beneficiaries under the terms of the trust.

Question #3: What happens if I die without making a will?

A: If you pass away without a signed will,then your estate will have to enter probate and your assets and property will end up being distributed by the state. This means your wishes will not be considered if you don’t have a valid will at the time of your death.

Compassionate Elder Law Services

We know that planning your health care needs is vital as you get older. If you’re at or reaching retirement age and feel that your affairs need to be organized to avoid any unforeseen complications, then visit our law office today to get started planning for common expenses elder individuals must cover later in life.

We can assist you with the following elder law matters:

  • Social Security
  • Medicaid Planning
  • Retirement Planning
  • Disability Planning
  • Guardianship
  • Nursing Home Abuse

Contact Our Legal Team in Grand Prairie

At the Law Office of Marilyn D. Garner, we strive to provide our clients in Grand Prairie with a wide range of legal services. Whether you need advice regarding bankruptcy, estate planning, or elder law, we will gladly use our 30+ years of experience to serve you. Don’t hesitate to speak to one of our team members today if you have important legal questions you need answers to.

To schedule your free case evaluation with a lawyer at our firm, call (817) 381-9292 today!

Hear From Our Happy Clients

At Law Office of Marilyn D. Garner, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our clients have to say about working with us.

    "They made me feel like part of a family instead of a client."

    You don't feel like you are just a number. They really listen and care.

    - Analisa G.
    "She gave us good options to work on."

    She made sure we walked away with information we could use. We highly recommend her to anyone that’s in need of fresh new knowledge to help their situation.

    - Alice C.
    "I walked out feeling a lot better than when I came in."

    They made me feel at ease discussing my business matter & provided legal advice that was simple & easy to understand.

    - D.J.
    "Welcoming, understanding and put my mind at ease."

    They listened to my concerns and what brought me there and explained everything to me. They recommended the best path to take for my situation and guided me to a starting point.

    - Stefanie J.
    "I highly recommend coming to them before giving your business to someone else."

    Their staff is welcoming and amazing to deal with. Doesn’t make you feel like any less of a person for being in your situation.

    - Alexandra L.
    "I would highly recommend this office."

    Very responsive team. Everyone is very friendly and welcoming. Mrs. Garner explained everything in detail and made me feel ...

    - Wendy A.
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