Chasity W. Cooper practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, trusts and guardianships.
After taking a Wills and Trust course in law school, Chasity knew that this area of law would allow her to meet and help a broad range of people because everyone needs an estate plan regardless of the size of one’s estate. For over 10 years, Chasity has provided clients peace of mind in knowing they have arranged their personal and financial affairs for their loved ones in the most efficient, cost effective, and tax advantageous way possible.
Chasity ensures her clients have a comprehensive estate plan consisting of a will, medical and financial powers of attorney, directive to physicians, and a declaration of guardian. If necessary, she also prepares revocable living trusts, insurance trusts, co-habitation agreements, pre and post marital agreements, and complex techniques that minimize estate taxes, such as sales to grantor trusts, grantor retained annuity trusts, and family entities.
She also counsels clients through the legal issues surrounding the loss of a loved one. She guides executors and trustees through the administration of estates and trusts while advising them of their fiduciary duties. She also represents beneficiaries and advocates for their rights to ensure their inheritance is protected.
Chasity is board certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She earned her Masters of Law in Estate Planning in 2009 and continuously strives to provide the best service possible to her clients. Chasity’s experience practicing in both rural towns and large cities has allowed her to meet and help people from all walks of life.
When Chasity is not at the office, she spends her free time with her family, friends, and traveling.