Lindsay K. Richardson, Attorney At Law
Lindsay K. Richardson, Attorney At Law

Lindsay K. Richardson, Attorney At Law

Offers remote services
Offers remote services
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It’s free, with no obligation to book

Introduction: I am a virtual attorney and this web-based model allows my clients to communicate with me any time, while also keeping my rates reasonable and often times less than other attorneys in the area. It also allows you to receive a quality service without the interruptions appointments can cause. Additionally, I offer a free 30 minute phone consultation to go over your estate planning needs. After the consultation, should you decide to retain me, you retain me. When you call or text my business line, you contact me. The online questionnaire you complete is not handed off to a paralegal who will then handle your case. I take pride in the work I do and the services I provide, and I look forward to assisting you with your estate planning needs.

Serves Austin, TX

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1 employee

6 years in business

Payment methods

Cash, Check, Credit card

Social media

Facebook, Instagram

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Lindsay Richardson


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    During the estate planning process, I send you drafts that are easily manipulated and reused. Because of this, I require payment up front as it makes us both invested in the project.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    I offer a free 30 minute consultation to go over your individual, or family, situation where we will discuss the documents necessary to assist you. If a client decides to retain me, I require the questionnaire completed and payment of the retainer. After payment is made and the questionnaire is submitted, you will receive drafts of the documents within 5-7 business days. From there we will discuss the changes the client wishes to make to the documents. After the changes have been made a final draft of the documents will be sent to the email address on file.

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    I grew up believing that I would be a high school math teacher. I loved the rules that came along with solving Algebra equations. Then, while in college, I was picked to serve on a jury. From that point on I was enthralled with the law. After graduating law school and passing the Texas bar, I became a family lawyer. I handled divorces, child custody disputes, grandparent rights, etc. During this time I also prepared will ensembles, trusts, and other estate planning documents. After two and a half years of fighting over toilet paper and paper towels, I made the decision to only handle wills and estates issues. Not only is it an honor to assist my clients, but I throughly enjoy ensuring that my clients have the documents necessary to assist their family or physicians upon their incapacity or death.

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