John A. Crane
After serving four years representing the State of Texas in litigation as an Assistant Attorney General, John Crane opened his private practice in October 1988. Within a few short months, he had handled his first probate and guardianship cases.
Over the 25 years since, he has represented clients in virtually all types of probate and guardianship matters, contested and uncontested. Indeed, John often serves as court-appointed administrator and guardian for estates ranging in value from several hundred thousand dollars to several million. He is a Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, a member of the President's Council of Family Eldercare, Inc., and past Treasurer of the Austin Bar Association's Estate Planning & Probate Section.
In many probate and guardianship matters, legal advice is not the only professional help needed. At the Crane Law Firm, he strives to maintain relationships with outstanding professionals in accounting, real estate, financial management, medicine, and other disciplines so that the right expertise is brought to every matter.
- Baylor University – Bachelor of Business Administration 1981
- Baylor University School of Law – Juris Doctor 1984
- Texas Bar — November 2, 1984