Gerald Winters has over 20 years of experience in financial management, tax law, and business consulting. Before he became an attorney, he earned an MBA and ran his own business as a certified public accountant; those experiences allow him to guide his clients in business and financial matters with better insight today.
Attorney Gerald Winters is proud to serve the community of Round Rock, Texas, and the Greater Austin area in Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, Elder Law, Business Consulting, and Tax Planning. Whether you run a small business or a nonprofit or are an individual looking to improve your financial security, Gerald Winters is here to help you create a customized plan for your future.
Provide a More Secure Future for Your Family
Estate planning can sound like a daunting and, let’s face it, morbid task, but without a strong strategy in place, the IRS and state authorities can end up leeching many of the assets you’ve spent your entire life accumulating. An Estate Planning Lawyer can ensure that more of your hard-won assets are left to your family and other loved ones.
At Winters Law Firm, Attorney Winters can see if a Family Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Company, Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust, or Qualified Personal Residence Trust is right for you. Together, we can employ a wide variety of sophisticated, effective strategies like charitable gifting techniques to reduce the amount of estate taxes your loved ones will have to pay just to receive the wealth you accumulated for them. We are dedicated to maximizing the transfer of assets to your loved ones through informed decision-making about your estate.
Part of your estate plan might include a trust, the maintenance and management of which might also seem like a daunting task. The person serving as the trustee must commit to bookkeeping, filing tax returns, managing investments, and much more. An Estate Administration Attorney like Gerald Winters can help your trustee cut down their time commitment and even their costs through continual guidance and support.
When it comes to probating your will, you’ll need a qualified Probate Lawyer to evaluate your situation, draft a comprehensive document, and execute it according to the law. Don’t leave your last wishes to the uncertainty of a self-created will. Ensure that your voice will be heard and your wishes carried out with the help of Attorney Gerald Winters.