Kay Lively

Austin, Texas

Jul 7, 2015 ... Attorney Kay Lively, 72, visits elderly clients in their homes for meetings. Lively has made several career changes throughout her life.
Hello! My name is Kay Lively, and I am an estate planning attorney in central Texas. Estate planning can be confusing. Understanding: can be overwhelming.

I can meet at your office or home, saving your time and offering you convenience.

Call me at to schedule an appointment to get the process started.

If you want Estate Planning, in which we determine whether a Will or a Trust would serve you best, I can offer you a one half-hour free consultation.

I also work in the areas of Guardianship, Probate, Spendthrift Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Adoption, Adult Name Change, and Expunction of Criminal Records.

I provide to clients not only their Wills, but also some accompanying documents:


A written instrument executed with the formalities required by state statutes, by which a perToolkitson, as testator, makes a disposition of his real and personal property, to take effect after his death, and which is revocable during his lifetime.

Durable Power of Attorney

Exists when a person executes a written instrument in writing whereby one person, as principal, appoints another as his agent and confers authority to perform certain specified acts, such as managing assets, on behalf of the principal, and which will become effective in the event he should later become incapacitated.

Medical Power of Attorney

A written instrument whereby one person, as principal, appoints another as his agent and confers authority to make medical decisions on behalf of the principal in the event he or she should later become incapacitated.

Directive to Physicians (Living Will)

- A document which governs the withholding or withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment from an individual in the event of an incurable or irreversible condition that will cause death within six months, and when that person is no longer able to make decisions regarding his own medical treatment.

Gift By a Living Donor

- An instrument in writing whereby a person states whether upon his death, any needed organs, tissues or other parts may be donated and for what purposes.

Appointment of Agent for Disposition of Remains

- A document in which a person appoints another to take responsibility for the disposition of his deceased body according to the wishes of the person.

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Release

A document based on a law enacted by Congress in 1996, for several purposes, including the security and privacy of health data.