O. Henry (Mike) Young
Over the last twenty-five years, Mike Young has dedicated his legal education and career to the practice of elder law, including guardianships, probate, and Medicaid planning. He advises and assists clients with Medicaid planning, estate planning, probate administration, and establishment of guardianships. If you anticipate long-term medical needs of an aging parent or relative, that person does not have to become “poor” to qualify for Medicaid benefits. Using a variety of legal tools, Mike Young will work with you and your family members to preserve and protect assets in preparation for a Medicaid application. His goal is always to help you secure the Medicaid benefits you need, while protecting your property and assets.

Areas of Practice
Elder Law, Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, Guardianships, Trusts, Wills
Special Affiliations
Member, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys since 1991.
Founding Member, Texas Chapter of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Bar Admission
Texas, 1963
Baylor University, 1963, J.D.
University of Texas and McMurry University, undergraduate