Brandy Baxter-Thompson

Brandy Baxter-Thompson

Brandy Baxter-Thompson



Practice Areas:

  • Probate Wills
  • Estate Planning
    • Wills
    • Trusts
    • Advance Directive
    • Power of Attorney
    • Asset Protection
  • Estate Administration
    • Testate
    • Intestate
    • Heirships
  • Guardianships
    • Defending against a Guardianship
    • Guardianship Administration
  • Litigation of Estates, Trusts, & Guardianships
    • Fiduciary Litigatoin
    • Claims against Executors/Administrators
    • Defending Executors/Administrators
    • Assisting Beneficiaries with Estate Issues
    • Community Property Issues
    • Common Law Spouse Claims
    • Will Contests
  • Business Planning
    • Choice of Entity Selection and Formation
    • Registation with Texas Secretary of State
    • Negotiating Contracts
    • Start-up Business Consulting
    • Business Succession Planning

Born in Irving, Texas on April 27, 1975
Juris Doctor Degree, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, 2005
B.A., Austin College, 1999
Admitted to the State Bar of Texas, November 2005
Admitted to practice before the United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
Board Certified Estate Planning and Probate Law - Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Certified by the State Bar of Texas Under Probate Code Section 646 to serve as an Ad Litem in Guardianship Proceedings

Author, To Probate or Not to Probate - Presented at Intermediate Estate Planning and Probate Seminar in Houston, Texas; Nuts & Bolts of Estate Planning and Probate Seminar at Tarrant County Probate Bar Association in Fort Worth, Texas

Member, Sate Bar of Texas (Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section)
Member, College of the State Bar since 2006
Member, Dallas Bar Association (Probate, Trusts & Estates Section)
Member, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL), Co-chair of the DAYL Aid to the Homeless Committee from 2006-2010
Outstanding Clinic Attorney Volunteer for the DVAP East Dallas Clinic, 2007
Co-Author of article entitled “Preservation of Error in Offering and Excluding Evidence,” 2006