Tyler Livingston focuses his practice in the areas of Probate & Estate Planning, Real Estate Law, and General Litigation. As an attorney, Tyler has always looked for ways to help those around him, and it was that goal that led him to the work he does today. Tyler recognized the fact that, while everyone understands the importance of planning for the future, many are unsure of where to start. For years, he has helped both families and individuals with legal concerns of all sizes and complexity in matters related to probates, wills & trusts, asset protection, powers of attorney, heirship determinations, guardianships, business organizations, general disputes, and more. His insight and experience in these areas has given him a strong understanding of how to mitigate the potential harm and stress of major life events such as retirement, on-going and future health issues, and the passing of yourself and your loved ones.
Those who have worked with Tyler know him as a source of support in what can be a difficult time in someone’s life. Someone who will represent their interests thoughtfully and strategically, taking the time to learn about their individual goals, present them with a range of possible options, then create a roadmap that will help achieve them.
Tyler is a graduate of SMU Dedman School of Law. He is a member of the Bell County Bar Association and an Advisory Board member of Nat. Brut Magazine. Outside the office, Tyler enjoys soccer, wrestling, and watching movies.
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate
- General Litigation
- SMU Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2015
- University of Texas at Dallas, B.A., 2012
- Attorney, West & Associates, L.L.P.
- Harrell, Stoebner, & Russell, P.C. (2019-2020)
- Tyler Livingston Law Office (2015-2019)
- Sommerman & Quesada (2015-2016)
- U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Disaster Assistance, Processing & Disbursement
- State Bar of Texas
- Member, Bell County Bar Association
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