Founding Attorney Joe Breshears’ estate planning practice focuses on helping families enhance their lives today and secure their futures tomorrow. Joe excels inguiding his clients through the complex maze of financial and legal decisions to create plans that ensure their family’s well-being by preserving their property saved in a lifetime of hard work and protecting the ones they love. He has served as a trusted advisor to chief executive officers of leading financial and educational institutions, small business owners, families, and individuals in all walks of life. His considerable legal expertise includes wealth preservation, family protection, and values-based planning, as well as planning for widowed or divorced individuals.
Whether you are married or single, with a traditional family or blended one, just starting out or looking back on a life well-lived, Joe will help you design a plan that achieves your goals today and for years to come.
Joe moved to Texas to finish his undergraduate studies at Baylor University and is a graduate of Baylor Law School. Licensed to practice in Texas in 1983, he quickly developed a passion to protect families and their businesses. He is a member of WealthCounsel®, a national organization of trust and estate attorneys who design sophisticated planning techniques for individuals and families. Joe is also a member of ElderCounsel®, a national organization of attorneys focused on protecting the elderly and disabled, and the Asset Protection Council®, a nationwide network of Attorneys, CPAs and Financial Advisors providing a unique and unified approach to issues of asset protection.
Joe is frequently sought out by investment firms, CPAs, and other financial professionals and law firms becauseof his unified, collaborative approach to the planning and asset protection process. His membership in the nation’s leading planning and wealth preservations networks means that Joe’s clients have access to unique benefits tailored to their specific needs and goals, such as:
– Personal Asset Trust℠ protection, ensuring that his clients’ gifts to loved ones are protected from divorce, financial hardship, lawsuits, and other unwelcome risks of life; and
– The Bridge Trust®, a unique wealth preservation tool that combines the strength of offshore assetprotection trusts with the ease of use and low maintenance of a simple domestic revocable trust.
Most of all, Joe is grateful for his marriage of 28 years to his wife, Corinne, his sons Nathan and Justin,daughters-in-law Lauren and Miriam, and grandchildren Adelyn and Lincoln. He remains active in the community of Aledo, Texas, west of Fort Worth, where he serves as the public-address voice of Aledo Bearcat baseball and soccer, and as an active member of his home church, The Crossing.