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Elder Law & Probate Attorneys in
El Paso, Texas

Our depth of knowledge sets us apart as true leaders in our field.

We’re well known throughout the El Paso area as top-notch attorneys who truly understand the intricacies of elder law. In fact, our highly regarded legal team is often asked to speak for the bar. This exemplifies the commitment to excellence that our attorneys exhibit every day at Townsend Allala, Coulter & Kludt, PLLC.

Creating a life plan is a journey—one that we’re willing to take with you.

Estate planning is more than just completing paperwork—it’s a chance for you to communicate your wishes, put valuable protections into place, and set up a roadmap for your future. Throughout this process, we’ll be by your side every step of the way, providing strategic guidance with a personal touch.

We’re driven by our desire to make an impact on the lives of others.

This is not just a job to us. This is an opportunity to make a positive change in our community—we don’t take that lightly. Our attorneys are deeply passionate about helping people navigate some of life’s most difficult moments, and we genuinely care about each and every client who comes to us for representation.

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By clearly outlining the actions that should be taken regarding your assets and your estate, you can strive to ensure that your final wishes will be fulfilled once you’ve passed away.



If you have minor children or a loved one with a disability, let us help you secure their future. Contact us today for advice on special needs trusts, guardianships, and other legal options.



Aging is often accompanied by health issues. Tell us when you need to apply for Medicaid, set up advanced directives, or make other proactive decisions about your health care.

After the loss of a loved one, you should be able to focus on healing and moving forward. Let us handle the legalities of the probate process so you can do just that.

When a family member passes away, they may still have their name on a title or deed. Consequently, that name must be removed. The process of removing that name is referred to as probate.

If your loved one created a will before they passed, the probate process may be fairly simple. If they set up trusts, you may be able to avoid probate altogether. Sometimes, however, no estate plan was established, and the decedent’s family is left to administer their estate with no guidance at all. A legal issue like probate can make an already difficult time even harder.

Whether your loved one clearly outlined their final wishes or they neglected to create a roadmap for the distribution of their assets, you should not have to face the probate process alone. At Townsend Allala, Coulter & Kludt, PLLC in El Paso, Texas, we provide the compassionate guidance you need to navigate this tough time.

We proudly serve families and individuals in Midland, Odessa, and El Paso County, Texas, as well as Santa Teresa and Las Cruces, New Mexico. Work with a legal team that truly cares—contact us today.