Attorney Adriane Grace Published in Texas State Bar Journal

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Attorney Adriane S. Grace’s article, “What the Estate Planning Attorney Needs to Know About Social Security Fee Authorization and the New Executive Orders“, was published in the latest issue of The REPTL Reporter (Volume 58, Issue 2 May 2020). The REPTL Reporter (REPTL) is the official journal of the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.

In addition to her wills, trusts, guardianship, and probate law practice, Ms. Grace is a Social Security appeals attorney. She regularly encounters overlaps in these practice areas and offers legal advice and assistance navigating the intersection of state and federal laws. For questions, contact Attorney Adriane S. Grace.

Attorney Adriane Grace Featured Speaker at the 2020 North Texas Probate Bench Bar Conference

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The North Texas Probate Bench Bar is a yearly conference held in March during which time members from the probate bench and bar (judges and attorneys) from North Texas come together to hear updates on important legal topics in Estate Planning, Probate, and Guardianship. This year, Attorney Adriane S. Grace was selected by the planning committee to speak at a general assembly of the bench and bar on March 5, 2020 about “Social Security Rules the Estate Planning, Guardianship, and Probate Attorney Should Know.”

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Attorney Adriane S. Grace featured speaker at the 2020 North Texas Probate Bench Bar Conference

As a Social Security Appeals Attorney and a practitioner in probate and guardianship law, Ms. Grace has identified overlaps in Social Security procedural rules and state laws on probate and guardianship. Ms. Grace used the speaking opportunity to educate local judges and her colleagues about these overlapping rules and how to navigate these issues as well as provided an update on new Social Security rules pertinent to their practice areas. As a former appellate attorney for the Social Security Administration, Attorney Adriane S. Grace possesses intricate knowledge of Social Security processes and procedure as well as the agency policies driving their rules. She is often called upon by colleagues practicing in many different areas of law for advice and assistance when their cases become impacted by Social Security issues.

The North Texas Probate Bench Bar conference is a well-attended event by estate planning and probate attorneys from Dallas, Collin, Denton, Tarrant, Rockwall, and Grayson counties as well as all the statutory probate judges and county court at law judges hearing probate cases in these counties. This year, there were approximately 300 attendees.

Attorney Adriane Grace Featured in “Above the Law” on Motherhood in the Legal Profession

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Attorney Grace is featured in Above the Law , an online legal news publication, for a three-part series about motherhood in the legal profession. Above the Law is a national website for legal news published by Breaking Media.  Read the first article Above the Law – How To Have A Maternity Leave With A Solo Practice.  Stay tuned for upcoming articles.

Law Office of Adriane S. Grace, provides legal services for individuals in Dallas, Collin, and Denton counties in the areas of Estate PlanningProbateGuardianship, and Social Security. Please contact Attorney Grace today to learn more about how she can help you with your legal needs.