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Attorney Symone R. White

"My goal is to create a legacy, but my passion is to show you how to  create one for yourself."


Symone R. White is the founder and managing attorney at Legal Legacy Advisors, PLLC. Her practice focuses on the various aspects of Estate Planning, Trust Formation, Guardianship, Business Formation, and Personal Injury. She has a passion to help every client no matter how difficult their issue presents to be.

Attorney White is a native of Sugar Land, Texas. She attended Texas State University to receive a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. She earned her Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law Houston.  She is licensed in Texas and certified to handle a variety of legal matters. In her experience, she has clerked for the Harris County Probate Court No. 3 and represented clients as a student attorney in Probate Court. With the help and support of her family and close friends, she sought after her dream and began to pilot her own law firm. 

Attorney White founded Legal Legacy Advisors, PLLC with the vision and goal to provide individuals and families the access to develop estate plans that will sustain their families well after their passing. As the Legacy Advisor, she dedicates herself day and night to help her clients meet their needs. Not only does she provide representation for post-death estate administration, she also will help you preplan to make sure your loved ones are taken care of after your passing. Attorney White and the entire LLA family are here for you and your loved ones. Are you ready to build your Legacy?

“The name, Legacy,  came from my vision and goals of the life I wanted to create for myself and my future family. I wrote about developing a legacy in my essays to get into college and law school. Legacy was not just an idea to me; it is a lifestyle. Your legacy is your purpose, your passion, your hopes, dreams, and desires coming to life to influence and touch the lives of your family, friends, and your community.


From a child, I knew I wanted to be a lawyer. For My whole life and even up until halfway through Law school, I’ve always wanted to be a criminal defense attorney. Yet, my purpose kept pulling me in a different direction. Estate planning became so fun and interesting to me. I felt it couldn’t just be a coincidence that legacy and estate planning correlated with one another. Estate planning gave me the opportunity to learn a specialized area of law and educate those around me who had no clue what it meant nor that it even existed. Unfortunately, death is something everyone will experience. Yet, too many times I have seen families destroyed financially when someone passes away due to a failure to properly plan for the inevitable. Disagreements about money, property, or personal effects ultimately ruin families for the same reasons.  


With the right advice and guidance, not only can a person prepare financially for before and after their passing, but they can also invest back into their families what they’ve worked hard for their whole lives. Then, it becomes a generational tradition, unconsciously, for your family and before you know it, your great grandchildren are talking about what great things you did and how your sacrifices have now benefitted them. And that is what I call …. Legacy.”

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