(254) 230-9865

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Jean Fair – Attorney at Law

Focused on Making the Estate Planning Process Accessible to All Texans

If you are in the beginning stages of estate planning, you likely have a lot of questions about the requirements needed to ensure that your wishes are respected and your loved ones properly recieve the property you designate.

I generally focus my estate planning practice in McLennan County, Bell County, Brazos County, and the greater Central Texas area.  However, I recently began offering estate planning services online to assist people throughout the state of Texas with their estate planning needs.


My goal is to ensure my clients receive excellent service and professionalism by helping them navigate through the often complex and confusing aspects of the Texas Estates Code.

During consultations, I tend to ask a lot of questions.  This allows me to get to know you, while analyzing your particular situation thoroughly to develop estate planning strategies for your particular situation.  I focus on putting people first and like to collectively work  together with clients throughout the estate planning process to ensure I answer any and all questions you may have and draft documents that meet your needs.

Furthermore, I make it a priority to personally address my clients via phone calls, text messages, emails, and letters. My belief is that my clients deserve legal advice directly from an attorney, not a paralegal. Simply put, my focus is on helping people.

Feel free to browse through the information below regarding our services and the basics of estate planning in Texas.

If you need have any questions about online estate planning, or would like to schedule a consultation, please contact me at (254) 230-9865 or Jean@FairandFairLaw.com to discuss your estate planning needs.

Estate Planning Documents

Last Will and Testament

Used to transfer assets such as real property, vehicles, and any other assets that pass through probate

Durable Power of Attorney

Allows an individual to appoint someone to management your affairs and can be directed to begin managing your finances immediately, or upon your incapacity

Medical Power of Attorney

Allows an individual to appointment to manage your medical affairs upon your incapacity

Living Will

Also known as an Advanced Directive to Physicians, this document allows you to legally notify your family and doctors of your final wishes for continuing or concluding life-sustaining treatment

Fair & Fair, PLLC

688 Alliance Parkway
Suite 500
Hewitt, Texas 76643

Office: (254) 230-9865
Fax:  (254) 853-4243


Serving Waco, Temple, Killeen, Bryan/College Station, and the entire Central Texas community


The information contained in this website is provided for informational purposes only. The information contained within this website should not be construed as an an offer of legal advice, or creating an attorney-client relationship between the reader and the author.

You should not act or refrain from acting based on any information contained within this website without seeking appropriate legal advice from a licensed attorney in your state that can analyze the specific facts and circumstances of your case.

Jean Fair and Richard Fair are licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.