Comprehensive Services Designed To Help You Move Forward
When facing legal issues, it is beneficial to have a firm on your side that offers the experience and resources of a large firm, with the personal attention and service of a small firm. When you enlist our team at Willhelm Law Firm in Abilene, you can trust that your case will be handled with professionalism, compassion and care.
We understand the challenges our clients are facing. With nearly 30 years of experience, founding attorney Kevin Willhelm is a highly respected member of the legal and local communities who puts clients first at all time. It is our goal to resolve your legal matters in a way that provides you with a fresh start at the end of the case.
Additional Representation From Our Experienced Firm
While we focus some of our attention on other areas of practice, including criminal defense matters, we are skilled at handling the below types of cases:
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) appeals
- If you’ve been denied SSDI benefits, you may be able to appeal. Although you may have filed your initial claim, you should seek our legal counsel to perfect your appeal. Your claim for benefits can be appealed up to three times within the Social Security system. You may have been denied because your impairments do not match the defined criteria within Social Security guidelines or because not all of your relevant medical history was reviewed. Whatever the reason, you need an experienced lawyer to evaluate your claim and represent you in the appeals process.
- Estate planning
- Taking the first step toward planning for your future is a big one and often a scary one. Our firm is here to guide you step by step through the estate planning process. Our firm takes the time to get to know you, your family and your goals so we can better structure a plan that fully protects your assets, property and legacy. We can explain how all of the various estate planning tools and designations are used, including wills, trusts, living wills and health care directives, powers of attorney and more.
- When a loved one has unfortunately passed away, their assets and property make up the estate they have left behind. This estate must be administered according to the will, if there was a valid will, or according to Texas state law. Either way, the probate process can be complicated and is filled with nuances that can be best explained by your attorney. We work hard to see that your loved one’s estate is handled properly so you can focus on grieving, healing and moving forward.