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 Why Board Certification Matters

By: Andrew G. Middleton

When it comes to planning your Estate, choosing an attorney
is an important decision. Not just any attorney will do – it is essential to
find an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in this area of law. One
way to ensure that you are working with a qualified attorney is to choose one
who is Board Certified in Estate Planning & Probate Law.

What does it mean for an attorney to be Board Certified in Estate
Planning & Probate Law?

It means that the attorney has met certain standards set by the
Texas Board of Legal Specialization. To become board certified, an attorney
must have significant of experience in the field, receive recommendations from
other attorneys and judges, and pass a comprehensive exam.

So, why should you choose a Board Certified attorney for
your estate planning needs? Here are a few benefits to consider:

Expertise: A board certified attorney has demonstrated a
high level of knowledge and expertise in the field of estate planning. This
means they are able to provide you with the best possible advice and guidance
when it comes to creating a plan that meets your unique needs and goals.

Continued Education: In order to maintain their
certification, board certified attorneys must participate in continuing
education programs above the minimum requirements set for attorneys in general.
This helps ensure that they stay up-to-date on the latest developments in
estate planning law and can provide you with the most current and accurate

Overall, choosing a Board Certified attorney for your estate
planning needs can give you peace of mind and help ensure that your assets are
protected and your wishes are carried out according to your desires.

If you are in need of estate planning services, consider working
with Michael W. Middleton and Andrew G. Middleton, Board Certified Attorneys in
Estate Planning & Probate Law, and contact us today for an appointment.