Stephen J Helman
Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Deleery, L.L.P. was established to provide quality legal counseling to its clients with an exceptional degree of personal service. Since its inception, the firm has developed an active practice in the areas of domestic estate planning, taxation, business planning, estate and trust administration, international wealth planning, litigation, charitable planning, and real estate transactions. The firm has earned a respected reputation in its practice areas throughout the State of Texas and around the world.

Probate, Estate, and Trust Administration
The firm’s attorneys have extensive experience in the areas of probate law, estate administration, and trust administration. Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Deleery, L.L.P. assists fiduciaries in all areas of responsibility including administration of trusts and estates, tax matters (both income and transfer tax), asset distribution issues, and the defense and protection of trust and/or estate assets. The firm’s attorneys also counsel beneficiaries of estate and trusts regarding their rights.

Fellow - American College of Trust & Estate Counsel

Stephen J Helman
Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Deleery LLP
301 Congress Ave #1910
Austin TX 78701-4041
Tel: 512 542.2015; 512 542-2000
Fax: 512 542-2011

Practice Areas
- Domestic Estate & Business Planning
- Probate, Estate, & Trust Administration

Mr. Helman is a partner of Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Deleery, L.L.P. Mr. Helman specializes in probate and estate planning law, and he is board certified in these practice areas. He has also served as one of four attorneys responsible for drafting and grading the Texas Board of Legal Specialization’s annual examination in estate planning and probate law. Mr. Helman is listed in The Best Lawyers in America in his practice areas and is a former All American swimmer from Southern Methodist University. Mr. Helman is a frequent author and speaker at continuing legal education programs sponsored by the State Bar of Texas and other organizations. He is frequently called upon by other attorneys and judges to mediate complex probate disputes.
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