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Catherine H. Goodman


Attorney at Law

Board Certified, Estate Planning and Probate Law
Texas Board of Legal Specialization





Whether planning and providing for minor children or facing estate tax considerations, Catherine can prepare the right plan and documents for you and your loved ones’ needs.  Incapacity planning documents, such as powers of attorney, medical directives and designations of guardian, are a vital part of any estate plan.  



Catherine has the ability to represent clients in all aspects of the probate process, from probating a will, navigating an intestate estate, administering a taxable estate, or representing you in a court-supervised administration.  She also handles contested estate matters such as will contests and trust and fiduciary litigation.


Catherine can assist with guardianship or guardianship alternatives so that your loved ones can be protected yet still maintain their independence to the largest extent possible.  Catherine has also had years of experience handling contested guardianship matters.  



Experience matters when planning for your future and the future of your loved ones.  Catherine is a Board Certified Attorney with twenty-five (25) years of experience in estate planning, probate, guardianship, trust, and related litigation matters.  


Through her years of volunteer work with the Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, she has written probate and guardianship legislation which has been signed into law.  Contact Catherine to assist you with your estate planning, probate, or guardianship matters.

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Catherine H. Goodman, PLLC
Attorney at Law
Board Certified, Estate Planning and Probate Law
Texas Board of Legal Specialization


CityCentral Fort Worth

600 W. 6th Street, Suite 470
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

PHONE (817) 523-6044

FAX: (817) 900-7194

EMAIL: cgoodman@cgoodmanlaw.com

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