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"As a single father, it was extremely importmant to me that I have a living trust for my kids. David Cook explained the pros and cons of a living trust and created a trust that worked great for my kids."
- Pankaj K.

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Collin County

The Lawyers at Cook & Gore are proud to serve clients in Collin County, Texas.  

Here are some of the services we provide in the Collin County, Texas

Bankruptcy Attorney | Bankruptcy Lawyer | Ch. 7 Bankruptcy Attorney | Ch. 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer | Business Attorney | Business Lawyer | Family Attorney | Family Lawyer | Divorce Attorney | Divorce Lawyer |  Immigration Attorney | Immigration Lawyer | Green Card Lawyer | Green Card Attorney | Fiancee Visa Lawyer | Probate Attorney | Probate Lawyer | Will Attorney | Will Lawyer

We serve the following cities in Collin County, Texas

Allen | Carrollton | Frisco | McKinney | Plano | Richardson | Wylie

Here are some of the types of cases we have handled in Collin County:

  • Bankruptcy (including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy)
  • Business Transactions (including reviewing contracts, leases, and other documents) 
  • Business Formation
  • Divorce
  • H-1B Visas Applications
  • Probate Cases involving Wills
  • Probate Cases where there is no Will
  • Drafting Estate Planning Documents such as Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Medical Powers of Attorney, etc.
  • And Much More


Here is what some of our Collin County, Texas clients have to say about Cook & Gore:

  • "In a world where you are constantly asking yourself "can I really trust anyone fully" it's incredibly refreshing to come across such a caring, high integrity legal team as Cook and Gore - remarkable, honest interaction.. their personal touch was tremendously reassuring giving hope and confidence. Wonderful."  - Bryan D.


Here is some information about Collin County, Texas:

Collin County is a suburban county located in the U.S. state of Texas. The county has been experiencing extensive growth in recent years. As of the 2010 census, its population was 782,341 Its seat is McKinney. Both the county and the county seat were named after Collin McKinney (1766 - 1861), one of the five men who drafted the Texas Declaration of Independence and the oldest of the 59 men who signed it.

Collin County is part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. A small portion of the city of Dallas is located in the county. Other important cities in the county include Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Plano, Richardson, Wylie and Murphy...As of the census of 2000, there were 491,675 people, 181,970 households, and 132,292 families residing in the county.

Source: Wikipedia