Welcome to Price & Price
The office of Price & Price has been providing high quality, proficient legal services to individuals and families in Montgomery and surrounding counties since 1979. The firm specializes in family law, including divorce, modification, adoption and contested litigation, criminal law, including capital murder cases, serious felonies, misdemeanors, and juvenile law, and probate, guardianship, and estate administration, including estate planning, wills, tax planning and business entity and trust formation. Price & Price is a family-owned business and our attorneys and office staff are committed to conducting business with professionalism, integrity and compassion. The firm's founder, Jimmie P. Price, has over thirty-nine years of experience in Montgomery County and is board-certified in both family law and criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. The attorneys at Price & Price have received state-wide recognition, including being featured as Texas Super Lawyers and Rising Stars in Texas Monthly Magazine, being rated as an AV-Preeminent practice by Martindale-Hubbell, and being selected for the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Our goal is to provide you with strong advocacy in the court room, professional and cost-effective representation and compassion as you accomplish your legal objectives. Our lawyers and well-established office staff work side-by-side to fulfill a strong commitment to serving our clients and achieving the best possible long-term outcome.
Conroe TX 77301
PROBATE, GUARDIANSHIP & ESTATE ADMINISTRATION
AREAS OF EXPERTISE Wills Planning for incapacity (powers of attorney and health care declarations) Gifting techniques and strategies Life insurance planning Trust planning Generation-skipping planning Charitable giving and charitable entities Succession planning for business owners (buy-sell agreements) Family limited partnerships, limited liability companies and closely held businesses Estate administration and probate Litigation relating to all aspects of trust and estate disputes There are three general objectives of estate planning: (1) to move assets from your estate to the estate of those persons you choose to inherit or otherwise receive your assets; (2) to avoid estate taxation; and (3) to accomplish these goals in such a way that after you are gone, your family remains a supportive family unit and members of your family are not estranged from each other as a result of the disposition of your assets. Under each of these general goals are numerous more specific ones, such as planning for the security of your loved ones, selecting guardians for minor children, selecting executors of your estate and trustees of any trusts, and establishing safeguards to allow for management of your property should you become incapacitated or disabled. The list is only limited by our clients' specific goals and circumstances.
Our goal is to provide you with strong advocacy in the court room, professional and cost-effective representation and compassion as we seek to accomplish your legal objectives. Our lawyers and well-established office staff work side-by-side to fulfill a strong commitment to serving our clients and achieving the best possible long-term outcome.
Gina A. Price is a partner at Price & Price and devotes her considerable legal knowledge and ability to the practice areas of probate and estate planning. She graduated with her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1983. Her practice focuses on a full range of services relating to estates and trusts, including estate, gift, and generation-skipping tax planning, business planning, disability planning and probate and trust administration. She provides estate planning, assists decendent's families in getting their estates in order after the death of a loved one by doing probate or heirships as necessary and facilitating the transfer of assets.
Gina has been practicing in Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker County and the surrounding counties since 1983. She is the past President of the Montgomery County Community Foundation and has received state-wide recognition for her dedicated legal service to the families of Montgomery County. The Texas Council of Child Welfare Boards named her the Volunteer of the Year "For Outstanding Volunteer Service to The Children of The State of Texas." She was also honored by (Region 6) Montgomery County, San Jacinto and Walker County Children's Protective Services as Outstanding Attorney Ad Litem for the Region. The plaque reads "For Dedicated Service to The Children of Montgomery County. "Gina was recently awarded" 2013 Texas DFPS Lifetime Legacy Award" for the many years of personal and professional dedication to the Texas Foster Care System. In addition to her membership in several legal organizations, including the Montgomery County Bar Association and the College of the State Bar of Texas. Gina is the executive director of the Teresa Maness Educational Foundation, an organization providing scholarships for deserving students in Montgomery County and surrounding counties. Gina is a native of Groveton, Texas, and received her undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Business Administration, from Stephen F. Austin State University. She married her high school sweetheart, Jimmie Price in 1977. Gina put Jimmie through law school, and then Jimmie put Gina through law school. They have two adult daughters; Jaime is a graduate of South Texas College of Law, and is an Associate Attorney at Price & Price. Jordan is a University of Houston graduate and lives and works in Montgomery County.
As a devoted mother and wife, Gina appreciates the importance of planning for your family's future and ensuring that your family's current and future needs are considered and effectively represented.
J.D., South Texas College of Law at Houston (1983)
B.B.A., Stephen F. Austin State University at Nacogdoches (1976)
Texas State Courts (1983)
Montgomery County Bar Association, 1983-present
College of the State Bar of Texas, 1985-present
Pro Bono College of the State Bar of Texas, 1996-present
Montgomery County Community Foundation, 2004-2010 (President 2010; Member, Board of Directors)
Teresa Maness Community Foundation (Executive Director 2005-present)
State Bar of Texas (Executive Director, District 3 Grievance Committee, 2005-2010)
American Bar Association, Real Property, Trust and Estate Division
Texas Methodist Foundation, 2003-2006 (Member, Board of Pension)
United Way, 2000 (Professions Co-Chair)
Conroe-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (Board of Directors, 1994-95)
Texas Council of Child Welfare Board, 1992 (Volunteer of the Year for the State of Texas)
Children's Protective Services, 1988-1994 (President, Board of Directors, 1993)
The Woodlands United Methodist Church
Order of the Lytae Legal Honor Society
Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity
Delta Zeta Sorority
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