Mr Ramirez helps his clients prepare Wills, Warranty Deeds, Special Deeds, Affidavits, and Powers of Attorney. He can also answer questions regarding the Medicaid Estate Recovery Program. For more detailed information on Mr. Ramirez’s practice areas, please click here. All clients are seen by appointment only.
Mr. Ramirez continues to monitor and bring to conclusion any pending Bankruptcy Chapter 7; along with any pending Probate or Credit Card Lawsuit cases. Mr. Ramirez will not take any new bankruptcy cases as of January 2020. If you have a current or pending case with Mr. Ramirez, he will continue to represent you until your case is successfully discharged.
Mr. Ramirez treats all of his clients with courtesy, empathy, discretion and seriousness of purpose. Please feel free to browse through out site, check out our helpful links, and contact us with any questions, thoughts, or feedback you may have. We value your input, we are here to help, and we look forward to speaking with you soon!
Your attorney presents the affidavit to the Court for approval. The affidavit needs the signatures of two disinterested witnesses, such as friends who knew the deceased for more than 10 years. No relatives can sign the affidavit. Mr. Ramirez will prepare all the documents necessary.
If you are afraid that, because your spouse obtained long-term medical care paid by Medicaid, the Texas Government will take over your homestead after your spouse’s death, Mr. Ramirez can counsel you on how to deal with this problem. He will explain the Medicaid Estate Recovery Program. Knowing how this program operates may help you save the homestead.