Travis Weaver


We welcome your call to 817-638-2022 for a free 30 minute phone meeting with Travis Weaver, attorney, about issues related to wills, probate, or other legal concerns at age 55+.

Travis Weaver's office is conveniently located at the Bartonville Town Center, making it accessible to Argyle, Bartonville, Lantana, Highland Village, Robson Ranch, Flower Mound, Copper Canyon, and more. 

  • Travis Weaver offers you and your family deep legal knowledge and strong personal commitment to helping you
  • Protect your family and assets with your will or trust
  • Claim ownership of inherited property or cash through probating a will
  • Understand Medicaid nursing home benefits and possibly qualify
  • Negotiate business transactions and contracts


Travis works in partnership with his father, Rick Weaver, an attorney with more than 30 years of experience and outstanding credentials including:

  • Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate
    (Texas Board of Legal Specialization)
  • Certified Elder Law Attorney  - National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
  • Rick Weaver is one of approximately 19 attorneys in Texas with the distinction of recognition in these two complex legal areas

You matter and your legal problems matter to Travis Weaver. Here’s an example:

“I handled a case for a 16-year-old boy with severe medical problems. His doctors were convinced that surgery would vastly improve his condition, but his parents were exhausted and ready to stop all medical treatment. Essentially, we fought for this young man’s life and obtained guardianship, allowing him to receive vital medical care. He recovered and his life greatly improved. Even better, his parents learned about resources to help care for him and themselves. Cases like this are the reason I’m committed to helping families with legal solutions. It was very rewarding to help provide for a helpless boy and ultimately be part of bringing a family together for a much happier future.”

Travis Weaver will help you with legal guidance in these areas: 

  • Creating a will to provide for your loved ones and keep taxes at a minimum. Read more…
  • Probating a will to allow you to legally sell or take ownership of inherited property, real estate, cash, and other valuables. Read more... 
  • Assisting in obtaining nursing home benefits for a husband, wife, or parent. Many qualify for this benefit, including approval for the healthier husband or wife to stay in the family home, keep a vehicle and more. Read more…
  • Helping you meet the lifelong needs of disabled children, an aging spouse or parents, or other loved ones through establishing a special needs trust or guardianship. Read more…
  • Handling real estate sales and closings, assisting with business start-ups, and reviewing contracts to reduce costs and maximize profits. Read more…


Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D.)

Texas Tech University – Master of Business Administration

Texas A & M University – Bachelor of Arts – Double Major: History & Economics

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

National Academy of Elder Law

State Bar of Texas

Tarrant County Bar Association

Tarrant County Probate Bar Association

Denton County Bar Association – Real Estate, Probate, & Trust Section

Wise County Bar Association


Texas Bank Lawyer & Texas Assn of Bank Counsel – Outstanding Writer 2014

Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal – Publication Selected
Michigan or Bust: The Disastrous Result When Conflicting Choice of Law Provisions Constrain Right of Survivorship Agreements 2013 – 2014

Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal
Outstanding Third Year Award 2013 - 2014

Texas Tech Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal
Executive Comment Editor 2013 - 2014