Call Now At (979) 300-6771

Call Now At (979) 300-6771

Proudly Serving Bryan, Texas & Beyond

Probate | Business Law | Personal Injury | Estate Planning

With deep ties to the local community, we are proud to serve the families and elders of Bryan, Texas and its surrounding counties.

Our firm prides itself on offering a broad range of legal services designed to help our community and its families thrive. From navigating the intricacies of estate planning and probate to resolving complex business disputes or taking a stand in court for your defense, we will be your legal guides and champions.

Client-Focused Estate Planning For Families In The Brazos Valley

We’re here to help you prepare for the inevitable and the eventual, crafting strong and personalized estate plans to protect your families and legacies while diminishing the burden of probate.

Whether you are just starting a family or you are looking back proudly on the generations you will pass your legacy on to, if you have not yet created an estate plan, it is time to reach out and begin.

We’re Ready To Walk With You Through The Texas Probate Process

When we lose a loved one, their affairs, assets, and property need to be gathered and formally transferred to the beneficiaries they are left to; this generally happens through the probate process.

Like any legal procedure, the probate process in Texas can be scary – but does not have to be. With our guidance you will be able to smoothly administer their estate and avoid or resolve any conflicts and complications as quickly as possible.

Practice Areas

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Probate

The probate process can be daunting and confusing. The Law Office of Fred Medina can help guide you through the process and ensure that the wishes of your loved one are carried out.

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Guardianship

If you need to establish guardianship for a loved one, The Law Office of Fred Medina can help guide you through the process and ensure that their needs are met.

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Estate Planning

Planning for the future is important. The Law Office of Fred Medina can help you create a comprehensive estate plan that protects your assets and ensures that your wishes are followed.

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Personal Injury

At The Law Office of Fred Medina, we understand the turmoil and stress that can come from a personal injury. That's why we work tirelessly to ensure that our clients receive the care and compensation they deserve.

The Impact Of A Car Accident On Your Estate Plan

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The law is never put into practice in a vacuum; our services stand out in part because we keep all other aspects in mind as well. For example, auto accident injury claims and estate planning can overlap more than you might think. 

If a victim of a car crash is left incapacitated, it is their estate planning documents that will empower trusted loved ones to make decisions on their behalf, telling doctors how to proceed.

If a person passes away after an accident and a wrongful death suit is won against the trucking company that caused their death, that money will go into their estate and be distributed according to the wishes they laid out in a will or the directions placed in a trust. When legal areas intersect, we help you see and plan the bigger picture.

What To Do After A Car Crash In Texas

If you have just been in a car accident, stay calm and follow the steps outlined below to protect yourself and your ability to recover damages.

  1. Ensure your immediate safety at the scene, and then call the police and emergency services.
  2. If possible, gather evidence at the scene, such as photographs and witness contacts.
  3. Get medical attention, even if you do not think you need it, and follow all directions from your doctors.
  4. If you have been injured, call our office and ask to speak to a personal injury attorney.

Need A Personal Injury Lawyer in The Brazos Valley? Call the Law Office of Fred Medina today.

We Are A Brazos Valley Law Firm Focused On Estate Planning

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The art of estate planning is at the heart of our practice. No matter what stage of life you are in, what your financial situation is, or what legacy you are hoping to leave for those you love, we will help see it done.

  • Draft simple or complex wills to shape what you leave behind and to whom.
  • Create powers of attorney and healthcare directives to empower those who care for you.
  • Set up guardianship provisions and elder law protections.
  • Establish revocable living trusts to shape the legacy you pass on while avoiding the stress of probate.
  • Irrevocable trusts to safeguard your assets or shape the trajectory of your finances and legacy.

Our personalized approach helps us empower you over these momentous decisions while giving you all the tools you need to ensure your wishes are followed and your legacy secured. Unsure of your estate plan needs? Get in touch.

Meet Our Founder Fred Medina

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Fred Medina is a native of the Brazos County Area along with a graduate of Bryan High School. Upon graduation, he served in the United States Army in the Field Artillery. After serving in the Army, Fred returned to Bryan/College Station to attend Texas A&M, graduating in 1995. In 2004, Fred earned his law degree from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law.

Notably, Fred served as an assistant to the Attorney General for the State of Texas. This demonstrates Fred's capability in handling legal matters at a high level and his commitment to public service. Today, Fred takes all of these experiences and lessons from the Attorney General's Office and applies them to his private practice.

Fred Medina is deeply connected to the Brazos Valley. He has a comprehensive understanding of the issues that matter most to the families and communities of the area – and is driven to have a positive impact on the lives that he serves.

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Address:
216 N Bryan Avenue, suite 110, Bryan, TX 77803


Phone:
Call Now At (979) 300-6771


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Monday - Friday (9:00am – 5:00pm)


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Yellow question mark sign - The Law Office Of Fred A Medina PLLCTexas Estate Planning FAQs

A: Your business is part of your legacy, and that means that unless you take steps to plan ahead and work with an attorney on a succession plan, you will have very little say in how it is run after you pass on.

On the other hand, if you place it in a trust or make other succession arrangements, it and your legacy will carry on under your direction for generations.

A: What estate planning documents you need will depend on your financial situation, the complexity of your goals, and what special provisions and instructions you wish to include. If you want your family to avoid the burdens of probate, however, a living trust will be necessary.

A: Now. It is never too early to think about the future and what you are leaving behind for your loved ones. But it can quickly and unexpectedly become too late.

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