About

The Premack Law Office has offered estate planning, probate and elder law services to Texas clients for more than three decades.

Since 1989, Paul Premack, has written a weekly Texas estate planning, Texas probate and Texas elder law column for the San Antonio Express News. Paul is a Certified Elder Law Attorney, is recognized as a SuperLawyer, and is AV-Preeminent rated. This blog serves as a public archive for his past columns, as a resource for people to discover his new columns, and a way to ask him specific questions on Texas law. The law changes often, which may render a past column outdated.

The columns refer to Texas law, but may give readers in other states a basis for discussion with their own attorneys.

The fact that you read this website does not make you our client or us your attorneys. The material and information on this blog are provided strictly for informational purposes and are not legal advice. This site does not create an attorney-client relationship between our attorneys and the users of this site.

Visitors to this site should consult a licensed attorney before taking any legal action.

THE PREMACK LAW OFFICE

PAUL PREMACK, JD
8031 BROADWAY
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78209
CERTIFIED ELDER LAW ATTORNEY
National Elder Law Foundation, as accredited by
Texas Board of Legal Specialization & American Bar Assn.
Member, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
PAUL@PREMACK.COM  PHONE: 210.826.1122
LICENSED IN TEXAS

BENJAMIN PREMACK, JD
PO Box 40106
BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON 98015
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
BENJAMIN@PREMACK.COM PHONE: 425.296.2919
LICENSED IN WASHINGTON STATE AND COLORADO

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