Board Certified, Estate Planning and Probate Law - Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Av Preeminent rated, Martindale Hubbell
Walter graduated from The University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas. His practice includes estate planning (including wills, trusts, estate and gift tax, generation skipping transfer tax, and dispositive planning), business planning (including ownership and operating entities, and acquisitions and sales of closely held businesses) and litigation, estate administration, probate and trust litigation, family law, copyright law and litigation, and mediation. He is qualified for court appointment as a mediator in civil and family cases. From 1991 through 1997, he served as Associate Professor of Law at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. He has made over ninety presentations for professional and lay groups on estate planning, estate administration, and the effective use of computers and systems in law office management including programs sponsored by the State Bar of Texas Professional Development Program, South Texas College of Law, the University of Houston Law School, the Internal Revenue Service Estate and Gift Tax Section, and the Dallas Bar Association.
Angelica's practice focuses on estate planning and administration and associated matters.
Angelica received her J.D. with honors from the Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans in 2011, after visiting SMU Dedman School of Law for one year. She received her M.B.A. in 2005 from Texas Woman's University. Her B.S. was received from Texas A&M University at Galveston with honors in 2002.
While at Loyola, Angelica was the Vice-President of the Hispanic Law Student Association and was also active in the Association of Women Law Students. She participated in study abroad programs in Mexico and Costa Rica, where she studied comparative law.
Angelica volunteered at the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office, Juvenile Division as well as with the Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Homeless Division. While a visiting student at SMU, she was a student attorney in the Civil Legal Clinic and also participated in the Law Related Education program where she taught D.I.S.D students about the law.
Angelica is fluent in Spanish.