In order to prevent the spread of Covid-19, our firm will be working remotely. We are still working diligently to solve your legal matters, but will not be in our physical office location, except when absolutely necessary and by appointment only.
>If you need to see or speak to us, please call, e-mail or fax. We are happy to make arrangements to address your legal needs. Thank you for your understanding. Please practice all CDC recommended guidelines and keep safe. We look forward to resuming normal service as soon as possible.
Jennifer Coulter is an associate attorney at Townsend Allala Coulter & Kludt who focuses on estate planning and benefits planning. She is also the current El Paso Probate Bar President. Jennifer was studying for an English degree in Lubbock Texas when, at the age of twenty-two she had an illness that caused her to go blind. As a result, Jennifer had to navigate the complex governmental benefits system. It was a life changing experience that made her want to redirect her life to help others in her community. Jennifer changed her major to study psychology and received a BS in Occupational Education from Wayland Baptist University. She then went on to the University of Texas School of Law, where she graduated with honors. Jennifer joined the firm after graduating and has worked to help her clients plan for their futures, access Long Term Medicaid benefits, and protect their assets.