Are You Ready for the Future?

Plan ahead with the help of an estate planning law firm in Lubbock, TX

Your family is what matters most to you, so you want to make sure they're taken care of when you're gone. That's why it's so important to create a comprehensive estate plan. From setting up a trust to designating a medical power of attorney, you can make decisions now that will protect yourself and your loved ones in the future.

The Law Firm of Sharma Moriarty is an estate planning law firm based in Lubbock, Texas. Sharma Moriarty has nearly a decade of experience as an estate planning attorney, and she can help you navigate the process of setting up an estate plan or administering a loved one's estate.

The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, call and ask us about our qualifications and experience. This web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.

Compassionate legal counsel every step of the way

When you retain the Law Firm of Sharma Moriarty, you get all of the insight and experience of a corporate estate planning law firm but with the compassionate and attentive service of a boutique practice. Sharma will work with you closely every step of the way, answering your questions and resolving any issues that arise.

Call her office in Lubbock, TX today at 806-368-7957 to schedule a consultation with an estate administration attorney.

Your estate planning and probate questions, answered

When you're planning for the future or dividing a loved one's estate, you need the best legal support possible. Estate planning is a complicated legal process, and you don't want to make any mistakes when it comes to something so important.

"I am blessed to get to serve God and my community through the practice of law. My practice consists primarily of helping clients and their families with estate planning (Last Wills and Testaments, asset protection trusts, and various powers of attorney), in qualifying for public benefits (such as Veterans Administration Non-Service Connected Pension and/or Medicaid planning), probate and trust administration."