Crain & Wooley, with principal offices in Plano, TX is a north Texas law firm with a multi-state reach. With more than 15 years experience in crafting comprehensive estate plans, Crain & Wooley works with you to formulate the perfect plan thereby achieving your goals and leaving an intentional legacy. Partners Justin Crain and Jacob Wooley dedicate themselves to transparency, integrity and compassion in all things. We put action to the Texas Lawyer’s Creed.
Hailing from Lubbock, TX, Justin Crain is a licensed attorney with the Supreme Court of Texas, a member of the Texas Bar College, a licensed Risk Manager and licensed Agent with the Texas Department of insurance, and holds the Associate Risk Manager designation with the American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas’ Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Justin enjoys using his varied background to help his clients craft plans that leave an intentional legacy.
Making his home in Mansfield, TX, Jacob Wooley graduated from Mississippi College School of Law and is licensed to practice in Arkansas and Texas. His practice experience with businesses and families allows him to address varied estate planning issues. Jacob’s focus is helping clients develop a comprehensive plan that gives peace of mind knowing affairs are in order.
Transparency, integrity and compassion are hallmarks of our practice. Together, we have helped hundreds of families, just like yours, achieve peace of mind by applying our experience to the confusing world of Probate, Wills, Living Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Special Needs Trust, Medicaid Applications and much, much more. We fully believe in our ability to help you reach your estate planning goals and back our work with two guarantees.
You will never receive a surprise bill from Crain & Wooley. Our advanced planning will, trust and Medicaid/nursing home application services are billed at a flat rate. The uncertain nature of probate, emergency Medicaid and guardianship cases necessitates billing our reasonable hourly rate for those situations. View our flat rate and hourly service options!
Trusts, by far, are the most comprehensive of all estate planning options. They also greatly simplify estate settlement.
A last will and testament is probably the most common form of estate planning and ensures your assets and wishes are assigned correctly.
Probate is the legal process necessary to recognize a person’s death and administer their estate.
America’s population is aging, and the cost of long term care and nursing home facilities is skyrocketing. With the amount of government funding for this type of care dwindling, Medicaid Planning is becoming more and more important.
Guardianship establishes decision making authority on behalf of another person.
Reviewing previously created estate plans is important. A detailed review provides peace of mind and confirms that all current laws are being followed.