Our Practice Areas
Waco, Georgetown, & Central Texas Attorneys at Law
Are you looking for experienced counsel related to estate planning, pre- or post-marital agreements, elder law, or personal injury law in the Waco, Texas area? Rainey & Rainey may be able to help you. Our attorneys have well over four decades of experience to apply in these practice areas, and we are committed to only the highest quality client service. Our motto is to “plan today to ensure tomorrow,” and we aim to achieve this for every single client we represent.
Elder Law – A specific area of law covering legal matters that affect those over the age of 65, those that take care of them, and their relatives.
Estate Planning – The purpose of estate planning is to prepare the final wishes, distribution of assets and wealth, and other forms of care upon an individual’s death or incapacitation.
Special Needs Planning – Any of a number of clinical diagnoses in function, such as a physical, emotional, behavioral, or learning disability or impairment that causes an individual to require assistance.
Guardianship – A role an agent, person, or entity is given, requiring them to manage personal activities, legal matters, or resources over another person or entity.
Probate – The legal process that determines the validity or authenticity of a will; or the legal process of asset and wealth distribution in the absence of a will
VA Benefits – The benefits paid or provided and required by law, regulation, or administrative practice which are administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Medicaid Planning – Any of several means of preparing to obtain eligibility for government benefits, should the need for such benefits arise.
Nursing Home Planning – Any of several means of preparing for the eventuality of long-term care and/or permanent end-of-life assistance.
Qualified Income Trusts – Also known as a Miller Trust, an irrevocable trust allowing individuals to qualify for Medicaid, nursing homes, and other long-term care even if they earn more than Medicaid’s income limit.
Power of Attorney – A legal document that gives an agent the legal power to act on behalf of another person or entity as if that person or entity were acting by themselves.
Wills – A document, also known as a testament, by which an owner of property distributes or disposes of their assets in the event of death.
Trusts – A document giving one party the right to hold title to property or assets of another fiduciary entity in the event of another’s incapacitation or passing.