Snodgrass Law, PLLC

Snodgrass Law, PLLC

Austin Law Firm specializing in Estate Planning, Probate and Family Law matters. Free Consultations Available in Person or Over the Phone.

Firm Overview

R.F. Michael Snodgrass has been practicing law since 2011 and has extensive experience in Family Law, including Divorce, Custody and Child Support matters, Estate Planning, including drafting Last Wills and Testaments, Revocable Living Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney and Medical Directives, and Probate, the legal process through the Courts through which one carries out the wishes of a loved one and winds up their final affairs. Mr. Snodgrass received his B.A. in International Relations from Brown University in 2007, his J.D. from Georgetown Law in 2011 and is in his fourth year running his own legal practice.

Mr. Snodgrass is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Virginia State Bar and the Austin Bar Association, as well as a member of the Family Law Section and Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas and the Family Law Section and Estate Planning & Probate Sections of the Austin Bar Association. He takes on a select number of clients at one time so he can focus on providing them with the highest quality advice and legal services, quick turnaround times and minimize the amount they spend on legal fees and litigation. To contact him about a free Consultation for a Family Law, Estate Planning or Probate matter, please email him at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587.

Mr. Snodgrass worked at two law firms in Northern Virginia before opening his own law firm in 2014. From 2015 through 2017, he was appointed and served as the Chairperson of the Virginia State Bar's Children and the Law Commission. For this pro bono work, he received the Virginia State Bar's "Significant Service Award" for Volunteer Work in 2016 and 2017.

While attending law school, Michael Snodgrass spent the summer of 2009 clerking for the Chief Federal Judge of the Western District of New York and the summer of 2010 practicing at a large law firm in Rochester, New York. At Georgetown Law, he interned at the United States Department of Justice, spent a semester studying in London at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (affiliated with King's College in London), and fought for D.C. citizens in Georgetown Law's Public Interest Litigation Clinic. Additionally, Mr. Snodgrass served as the Executive Editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, had a 40,000 word law review article published, was awarded the Georgetown Law Pro Bono Pledge Certificate for doing over 150 hours of volunteer legal work, and received the World Trade Organization Studies Certificate for his study of International Law.

Mr. Snodgrass enjoys getting to know his clients and gaining an understanding of their lives and backgrounds in order to help them resolve any Family Law, Probate or Estate Planning matters in their lives. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work with clients from diverse backgrounds, including military families, government employees, citizens from all over the United States and clients from around the world. He enjoys practicing Family Law because it affords him the privilege of helping his clients through one of the most emotionally complicated period of their lives, and he enjoys Estate Planning because he has the opportunity to advise his clients on important decisions that will affect them, their loved ones and their pets in the future. Working with Executors and Personal Representatives on Probate matters allows Mr. Snodgrass to help them through the process of carrying out their loved one's final wishes. Testimonials from his former clients can be found on the Testimonials page of this site.

Michael Snodgrass grew up in Olean, New York (a small town south of Buffalo), went to college in New England, and lived in Washington, DC & Northern Virginia for nine years before finally finding his permanent home in Austin, Texas. Although he's become a Texans and Cowboys fan, he still sincerely hopes that his hometown team - the Buffalo Bills - will make it to the Super Bowl (or at least the playoffs) some time in the next decade or two.
Main Office
Downtown Austin Office
91 Rainey Street
Suite 346
Austin  TX  78701
Phone
  • (512) 418-6587
Fax
Websites

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?
Yes
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Estate Planning Documents, including the drafting of Last Wills and Testaments, Revocable Living Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney and Medical Directives.

Office Information

Office Hours
M-F 9:00 to 6:30

Other Offices

West Lake Hills
Free 1-Hour Consultations at Starbucks
701 South Capitol of Texas Highway, B-200
Austin,  TX  78746
Barton Creek
Free 1-Hour Consultations at Starbucks
2901 S Capital of Texas Hwy
Austin,  TX  78746
Davenport Ranch
Free 1-Hour Consults at Austin Java 360
3310 N Capital of Texas Hwy
Austin,  TX  78746
Oak Hill
Free 1-Hour Consultations at Coffee Bean
5030 W 290 Hwy, Bldg 11
Austin,  TX  78735
Estate Planning
The foundations of a successful estate plan include such documents as a Last Will and Testament, a Revocable Living Trust, a Durable Power of Attorney and a Medical Directive.
If you would like assistance with planning for your future, please email Attorney R.F. Michael Snodgrass at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587 to set up a free 1-hour Estate Planning Consultation at the Office in downtown Austin or at a location more convenient for you.

In your LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT, you specify who will receive your assets and property when you pass away. If you die without a valid Will (which is referred to as dying "intestate"), Texas law determines who inherits your property, which may not end up being the family members that you intended. For this and many other reasons, it is far preferable to lay out your wishes in a thorough, thoughtful Will. For more complicated estate plans, some clients choose to have a Revocable Living Trust in addition to their Will.

A REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST (also called a Living Trust or simply a Trust) should sometimes be used in addition to your Last Will and Testament to establish your wishes for the distribution of your wealth and estate at the time of your passing. The Trust is "revocable" because you can alter, amend or terminate part or all of it at any time in the future. A Living Trust is highly recommended for certain individuals because it avoids the expensive, stressful and time-consuming Probate process that occurs if you don't have a Trust; it is doubly important for those who own real estate in other states, possess valuable personal property (such as jewelry, art, antiques, books or gold), run a small business or want to ensure that both their current spouse and their children from a prior marriage are properly cared for.

Married couples usually have one joint Living Trust, though anyone can have their own individual Trust. When the creator(s) of the Trust pass away, the assets in the Trust can be distributed to the deceased's loved ones right away. The designated Successor Trustee can instantly carry out the instructions written in the Trust, as opposed to the Executor of a Will, who has to trudge through the slow process of probating a Will, which can involve judges, lawyers, complicated accountings, hearings and court fees. With a Trust, the Probate process can be avoided completely. The Probate process is public record, so it allows any interested snooping party to see what you owned, who will inherit it and when they will receive it (allowing creditors to come after the inheritance of your loved ones). Additionally, the Probate process can sometimes prove to be costly, slow, embarrassing and difficult to bring to an end.

All of the assets an Attorney advises you to transfer into your Trust (called "funding" your trust) should be transferred into your Trust soon after it is created. These assets include real estate, valuable personal property, bank accounts, stocks and other securities and various other assets (based on your circumstances - something you should discuss with an Attorney).

A MEDICAL DIRECTIVE allows you to make your health care wishes known in advance in case at some point in the future you become mentally or physically incapacitated and are unable to speak for yourself concerning the treatments you would or would not want to receive. It contains two parts - a Living Will and a Medical Power of Attorney.

A LIVING WILL (called a "Directive to Physicians" in Texas) is the part of your Medical Directive that states your wishes with respect to life-prolonging procedures and end-of-life decisions if you are incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself, such as whether you would want your life to be prolonged artificially if you were in a terminal condition or vegetative state.

A MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY (also called a Health Care Power of Attorney or a Health Care Proxy) is the second part of your Medical Directive. It names the person or persons that you wish to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself. Unlike your Living Will, your Medical Power of Attorney is not limited to dealing solely with life-prolonging treatments and end-of-life decisions. Your appointed "Agent" may need to make tough decisions, such as weighing the pros and cons of a surgery that could improve your quality of life, but is potentially fatal.

A DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY (also called a Financial Power of Attorney) gives the person you choose the power to do anything you could normally do yourself (and is generally used if at some point in the future you become physically or mentally incapacitated and are unable to speak for yourself). It is "general" in that it can confer any number of broad powers (many relating to financial transactions) on someone you trust implicitly, such as signing contracts on your behalf, purchasing or selling property, borrowing money, depositing or withdrawing funds from bank accounts or filing taxes.

For more information, please see:
http://www.snodgrasslaw1.com/estateplanning/
Probate
If you would like to discuss how I can help you administer your loved one's estate and assist you in making the Probate process a whole lot easier to handle, please email me at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587.
Estate Planning is working with the living to plan for the future and determine what happens to their assets, while Estate Administration is working through the Court's Probate process to carry out the wishes of the deceased. Probate is the legal process through which one winds up the affairs of a person who has passed away.

During the Probate process, the Court first determines whether the deceased's Last Will and Testament is valid. The Court then works with the Executor appointed in the Will and the Attorney assisting the Executor to ensure that the deceased's wishes are carried out.

The Probate process can be complicated and even feel overwhelming because creditors need to be paid, assets need to be collected, and forms need to be filled out before the deceased's property is finally distributed to the beneficiaries. Fortunately, Texas has simplified the Probate process through its system of Independent Administration which allows Executors and the Attorneys assisting them to do the necessary Estate Administration work largely independent of Court supervision.

However, even though Texas has a Probate process that is more streamlined and efficient than many other states, the process of administering an estate is still a lot of work, a lot attention to detail, and contains a lot of deadlines. The Probate process involves the Executor appearing in Court at least once to "prove up" the Will and swear an oath, as well as contacting beneficiaries, identifying and preserving the deceased's property, paying all legal obligations, filing tax returns and distributing the estate's assets.

I can help you fulfill your legal responsibilities if you have been named the Executor or Personal Representative in someone's Will. I can listen to your concerns, answer your questions and take care of most of the work that needs to be done. If you would like to discuss how I can help you administer your loved one's estate and assist you in making the Probate process a whole lot easier to handle, please email me at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587 to set up a free 30-minute Probate & Estate Administration Consultation.

http://www.snodgrasslaw1.com/probate/
Child Custody
Practicing Family Law offers the privilege of helping clients through the most emotionally complicated period of their lives.
If you would like assistance with any Family Law matter, please email Attorney R.F. Michael Snodgrass at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587. Some of the services offered are as follows:

DIVORCE

Original Petitions for Divorce
Division of Community Property
Tracing of Separate Property
Litigation & Settlement Negotiation
Depositions
Subpoenas Duces Tecum
Health Insurance for Spouses and Children
Property Settlement Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements
Name Changes
Final Decrees of Divorce
Post-Divorce Issues
Entry of QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)
Discovery (including Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, and Requests for Admissions)

CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION (CONSERVATORSHIP)

Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)
Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
Modification of Custody Orders
Modification of Possession and Access
Enforcement of Custody Orders
Supervised Visitation
Guardian ad litem and Attorney ad litem
Guardianship of Minor
Personal Guardian for your Children
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
International Family Law
Grandparents' Rights and Possession of or Access to their Grandchildren

CHILD SUPPORT & SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE

Child Support
Spousal Maintenace (also known as Spousal Support or Alimony)
Modification of a Support Order
Withholding from a Parent's Salary or Wages
Suspension of a Parent's Licenses
Imputation of Income
Childcare/Daycare Expenses
Health Insurance for Spouse and Children
Enforcement Actions & Rules to Show Cause
Child Support
Practicing Family Law offers the privilege of helping clients through the most emotionally complicated period of their lives.
If you would like assistance with any Family Law matter, please email Attorney R.F. Michael Snodgrass at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587. Some of the services offered are as follows:

DIVORCE

Original Petitions for Divorce
Division of Community Property
Tracing of Separate Property
Litigation & Settlement Negotiation
Depositions
Subpoenas Duces Tecum
Health Insurance for Spouses and Children
Property Settlement Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements
Name Changes
Final Decrees of Divorce
Post-Divorce Issues
Entry of QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)
Discovery (including Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, and Requests for Admissions)

CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION (CONSERVATORSHIP)

Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)
Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
Modification of Custody Orders
Modification of Possession and Access
Enforcement of Custody Orders
Supervised Visitation
Guardian ad litem and Attorney ad litem
Guardianship of Minor
Personal Guardian for your Children
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
International Family Law
Grandparents' Rights and Possession of or Access to their Grandchildren

CHILD SUPPORT & SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE

Child Support
Spousal Maintenace (also known as Spousal Support or Alimony)
Modification of a Support Order
Withholding from a Parent's Salary or Wages
Suspension of a Parent's Licenses
Imputation of Income
Childcare/Daycare Expenses
Health Insurance for Spouse and Children
Enforcement Actions & Rules to Show Cause
Divorce
Practicing Family Law offers the privilege of helping clients through the most emotionally complicated period of their lives.
If you would like assistance with any Family Law matter, please email Attorney R.F. Michael Snodgrass at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587. Some of the services offered are as follows:

DIVORCE

Original Petitions for Divorce
Division of Community Property
Tracing of Separate Property
Litigation & Settlement Negotiation
Depositions
Subpoenas Duces Tecum
Health Insurance for Spouses and Children
Property Settlement Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements
Name Changes
Final Decrees of Divorce
Post-Divorce Issues
Entry of QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)
Discovery (including Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, and Requests for Admissions)

CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION (CONSERVATORSHIP)

Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)
Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
Modification of Custody Orders
Modification of Possession and Access
Enforcement of Custody Orders
Supervised Visitation
Guardian ad litem and Attorney ad litem
Guardianship of Minor
Personal Guardian for your Children
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
International Family Law
Grandparents' Rights and Possession of or Access to their Grandchildren

CHILD SUPPORT & SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE

Child Support
Spousal Maintenace (also known as Spousal Support or Alimony)
Modification of a Support Order
Withholding from a Parent's Salary or Wages
Suspension of a Parent's Licenses
Imputation of Income
Childcare/Daycare Expenses
Health Insurance for Spouse and Children
Enforcement Actions & Rules to Show Cause
Family
Practicing Family Law offers the privilege of helping clients through the most emotionally complicated period of their lives.
If you would like assistance with any Family Law matter, please email Attorney R.F. Michael Snodgrass at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587. Some of the services offered are as follows:

DIVORCE

Original Petitions for Divorce
Division of Community Property
Tracing of Separate Property
Litigation & Settlement Negotiation
Depositions
Subpoenas Duces Tecum
Health Insurance for Spouses and Children
Property Settlement Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements
Name Changes
Final Decrees of Divorce
Post-Divorce Issues
Entry of QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)
Discovery (including Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, and Requests for Admissions)

CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION (CONSERVATORSHIP)

Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)
Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
Modification of Custody Orders
Modification of Possession and Access
Enforcement of Custody Orders
Supervised Visitation
Guardian ad litem and Attorney ad litem
Guardianship of Minor
Personal Guardian for your Children
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
International Family Law
Grandparents' Rights and Possession of or Access to their Grandchildren

CHILD SUPPORT & SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE

Child Support
Spousal Maintenace (also known as Spousal Support or Alimony)
Modification of a Support Order
Withholding from a Parent's Salary or Wages
Suspension of a Parent's Licenses
Imputation of Income
Childcare/Daycare Expenses
Health Insurance for Spouse and Children
Enforcement Actions & Rules to Show Cause
Military Divorce
Practicing Family Law offers the privilege of helping clients through the most emotionally complicated period of their lives.
If you would like assistance with any Family Law matter, please email Attorney R.F. Michael Snodgrass at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587. Some of the services offered are as follows:

DIVORCE

Original Petitions for Divorce
Division of Community Property
Tracing of Separate Property
Litigation & Settlement Negotiation
Depositions
Subpoenas Duces Tecum
Health Insurance for Spouses and Children
Property Settlement Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements
Name Changes
Final Decrees of Divorce
Post-Divorce Issues
Entry of QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)
Discovery (including Interrogatories, Request for Production of Documents, and Requests for Admissions)

CHILD CUSTODY & VISITATION (CONSERVATORSHIP)

Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR)
Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
Modification of Custody Orders
Modification of Possession and Access
Enforcement of Custody Orders
Supervised Visitation
Guardian ad litem and Attorney ad litem
Guardianship of Minor
Personal Guardian for your Children
Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
International Family Law
Grandparents' Rights and Possession of or Access to their Grandchildren

CHILD SUPPORT & SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE

Child Support
Spousal Maintenace (also known as Spousal Support or Alimony)
Modification of a Support Order
Withholding from a Parent's Salary or Wages
Suspension of a Parent's Licenses
Imputation of Income
Childcare/Daycare Expenses
Health Insurance for Spouse and Children
Enforcement Actions & Rules to Show Cause

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Mr. Snodgrass enjoys getting to know his clients and gaining an understanding of their lives and backgrounds in order to help them resolve any Family Law, Probate or Estate Planning matters in their lives. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work with clients from diverse backgrounds, including military families, government employees, citizens from all over the United States and clients from around the world. He enjoys practicing Family Law because it affords him the privilege of helping his clients through one of the most emotionally complicated period of their lives, and he enjoys Estate Planning because he has the opportunity to advise his clients on important decisions that will affect them, their loved ones and their pets in the future. Working with Executors and Personal Representatives on Probate matters allows Mr. Snodgrass to help them through the process of carrying out their loved one's final wishes. Testimonials from his former clients can be found on the Testimonials page of this site.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others

R.F. Michael Snodgrass has been practicing law since 2011 and has extensive experience in Family Law, including Divorce, Custody and Child Support matters, Estate Planning, including drafting Last Wills and Testaments, Revocable Living Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney and Medical Directives, and Probate, the legal process through the Courts through which one carries out the wishes of a loved one and winds up their final affairs. Mr. Snodgrass received his B.A. in International Relations from Brown University in 2007, his J.D. from Georgetown Law in 2011 and is in his fourth year running his own legal practice.

Mr. Snodgrass is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Virginia State Bar and the Austin Bar Association, as well as a member of the Family Law Section and Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas and the Family Law Section and Estate Planning & Probate Sections of the Austin Bar Association. He takes on a select number of clients at one time so he can focus on providing them with the highest quality advice and legal services, quick turnaround times and minimize the amount they spend on legal fees and litigation. To contact him about a free Consultation for a Family Law, Estate Planning or Probate matter, please email him at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Mr. Snodgrass only takes on a limited amount of clients at a time so that he can give the attention and focus necessary to draft the estate plans that his clients desire. He responds quickly to emails and voice mails and has a quick turnaround time when it comes to drafting documents. Additionally, he will meet with clients or speak with them by phone as often as is necessary to ensure that their Estate Planning, Probate or Family Law matter is handled the way his clients want. Testimonials about Mr. Snodgrass can be found at http://www.snodgrasslaw1.com/testimonials/.

R.F. Michael Snodgrass, Esq.

R.F. Michael Snodgrass has been practicing law since 2011 and has extensive experience in Family Law, including Divorce, Custody and Child Support matters, Estate Planning, including drafting Last Wills and Testaments, Revocable Living Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney and Medical Directives, and Probate, the legal process through the Courts through which one carries out the wishes of a loved one and winds up their final affairs. Mr. Snodgrass received his B.A. in International Relations from Brown University in 2007, his J.D. from Georgetown Law in 2011 and is in his fourth year running his own legal practice.

Mr. Snodgrass is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Virginia State Bar and the Austin Bar Association, as well as a member of the Family Law Section and Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas and the Family Law Section and Estate Planning & Probate Sections of the Austin Bar Association. He takes on a select number of clients at one time so he can focus on providing them with the highest quality advice and legal services, quick turnaround times and minimize the amount they spend on legal fees and litigation. To contact him about a free Consultation for a Family Law, Estate Planning or Probate matter, please email him at michaelsnodgrass@snodgrasslaw1.com or call the office at 512-418-6587.

Mr. Snodgrass worked at two law firms in Northern Virginia before opening his own law firm in 2014. From 2015 through 2017, he was appointed and served as the Chairperson of the Virginia State Bar's Children and the Law Commission. For this pro bono work, he received the Virginia State Bar's "Significant Service Award" for Volunteer Work in 2016 and 2017.

While attending law school, Michael Snodgrass spent the summer of 2009 clerking for the Chief Federal Judge of the Western District of New York and the summer of 2010 practicing at a large law firm in Rochester, New York. At Georgetown Law, he interned at the United States Department of Justice, spent a semester studying in London at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (affiliated with King's College in London), and fought for D.C. citizens in Georgetown Law's Public Interest Litigation Clinic. Additionally, Mr. Snodgrass served as the Executive Editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, had a 40,000 word law review article published, was awarded the Georgetown Law Pro Bono Pledge Certificate for doing over 150 hours of volunteer legal work, and received the World Trade Organization Studies Certificate for his study of International Law.

Mr. Snodgrass enjoys getting to know his clients and gaining an understanding of their lives and backgrounds in order to help them resolve any Family Law, Probate or Estate Planning matters in their lives. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work with clients from diverse backgrounds, including military families, government employees, citizens from all over the United States and clients from around the world. He enjoys practicing Family Law because it affords him the privilege of helping his clients through one of the most emotionally complicated period of their lives, and he enjoys Estate Planning because he has the opportunity to advise his clients on important decisions that will affect them, their loved ones and their pets in the future. Working with Executors and Personal Representatives on Probate matters allows Mr. Snodgrass to help them through the process of carrying out their loved one's final wishes. Testimonials from his former clients can be found on the Testimonials page of this site.

Michael Snodgrass grew up in Olean, New York (a small town south of Buffalo), went to college in New England, and lived in Washington, DC & Northern Virginia for nine years before finally finding his permanent home in Austin, Texas. Although he's become a Texans and Cowboys fan, he still sincerely hopes that his hometown team - the Buffalo Bills - will make it to the Super Bowl (or at least the playoffs) some time in the next decade or two.
License
  • Bar Number: 24103944
    Texas
  • Bar Number: 82670
    Virginia
Education
  • Georgetown Law
    J.D. , 2011
  • Brown University
    B.A. in International Relations , 2007

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