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Samantha A. Mirabella
Sally Mirabella was born in Spearman, Texas, but grew up in a small town in rural Iowa. She moved back to Texas to attend college at Southwest Texas State in San Marcos where she graduated magna cum laude with a major in Journalism and a minor in Psychology. Also at Southwest, she attended the Master’s Program in Paralegal Certification that she completed the following year. Sally worked as a litigation paralegal in downtown Houston for several years. In 1990, Sally began law school at the University of Houston and then, after her first year, transferred to Villanova University School of Law where she graduated in 1993. She was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar the same year. The following year Sally relocated with her family back to Texas and was admitted to the Texas bar. Prior to working with Mr. Wyatt, Sally owned businesses in recruiting and financial services, and also practiced solo in estate planning. At Wyatt & Mirabella PC, Sally practices Elder Law, Probate, Guardianship and Estate Planning. Sally is married and has two kids and a son in law whom all graduated from Texas A&M. Sally’s family has lived in The Woodlands going on twenty years and is active in church, school, sports, and volunteer events.
At Wyatt & Mirabella, PC, in The Woodlands, Texas, we take a team approach, we work collaboratively to protect the best interests of our clients and to achieve the best possible outcome in every case. We take the time to analyze issues, understand implications, and ensure that our clients are protected throughout the process.
- Medicaid Applications
- Miller Trusts
- Lady Bird Deeds
- Half Loaf Trusts
- Estate Planning
- Tax Planning
- VA Benefits
We help families to:
- Avoid Unnecessary Spend Down
- Assure Long Term Care Funding
- Prevent Spousal Impoverishment
Contact us today for an initial consultation.
Our Elder Law services are rendered on a fixed fee basis in phases. The first phase of work involves Capacity Assessment, Due Diligence and Financial Review, Primary Estate Documents (Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, Advance Directive) and Planning for Eligibility. The second phase encompasses implementation, document preparation, public recording, assisted asset repositioning, and eligibility confirmation. Our last phase involves preparing and prosecuting an application(s) for Medicaid Benefits with the State of Texas. We also offer ancillary services in Guardianship, Probate and Bankruptcy matters to augment our services to our Senior clients