Christopher G. Hildreth |


Chris joined the firm in 2010. He is Board Certified in Estate Planning by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. His practice focuses on business planning and transactions, estate planning, tax planning, and probate administration. Chris graduated magna cum laude from the Baylor University School of Law, and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2010. His experience and education are focused on entity formations, private offerings and financings, commercial business and real estate transactions, complex estate and asset protection planning, estate and income tax planning, and administration of probate and trust estates.

Chris has extensive experience and training in managing and operating businesses from startup to exit and brings significant practical insight to his business clients. Chris’ focus with his business clients is to quickly and efficiently construct a solid legal foundation for the business so that his business clients can focus their energy on the management and operations of the business. Chris is a strong believer in proportionate response, and takes pleasure in crafting relevant, workable, and efficient solutions for each client’s particular needs.

Chris’ practice also concentrates on protecting and preserving client’s assets for the client and the client’s family. Chris counsels his clients regarding both simple and complex estate planning and asset protection strategies. Chris’ goal with his clients is to preserve simplicity in asset administration while protecting assets from income and estate taxation, lawsuits, creditors, spendthrift beneficiaries, and others.

Chris and his family are excited to make their home in Central Texas. Chris serves as Secretary of the Noon Kiwanis Club of Round Rock, Texas, serves with and provides legal counsel to several local charitable organizations and charitable boards, and is a member of the Williamson County Bar Association. He is dedicated to serving the Central Texas community.