Michael D. Peay

Partner, Tax
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4563 f 214.999.3563

Michael Peay helps Texas families and individuals with sophisticated trust and estate planning, estate administration and litigation needs. His clients range from executives and retirees with estates of $5 million and $10 million to very high net worth individuals. His services and strengths include:

  • Estate planning
  • Probate and estate administration
  • Guardianship administration and elder law issues
  • Charitable planning
  • Asset protection planning
  • Litigation and mediation
  • Family business and family office
  • Business entity formation
  • Marital property issues

Mike also represents fiduciaries and beneficiaries in estate and trust administrations, including disputes regarding wills and trusts, as well as clients in tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service. 

Passionate about his clients, their family goals and ensuring that all parties understand the process and documentation, Mike has earned a reputation for being easy to get along with, responsive and designing wealth management strategies that create peace of mind for his clients. He recognizes and helps families manage the drama during and after a life well lived.

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