Anna Valkovich is a Texas attorney practicing estate planning and probate law. Her practice is centered on the philosophy that families should be able to plan for the future, provide security for their loved ones, and preserve the assets they have worked hard to build. As an attorney, her goal is to provide her clients with the tools they need to achieve these objectives.
In addition to her practice, Anna is a member of the Houston Bar Association Elder Law Committee, educating Houston area seniors about estate planning and elder law issues. Anna serves the Houston community by providing pro bono legal services through the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Anna received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy from Rice University, where she was a member of the George R. Brown Forensics Society Speech and Debate Team and the Rice Mock Trial Team. She earned her Juris Doctor at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., focusing her education on estate planning, tax, and corporate law. While in law school, she served as the Executive Editor of the American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy, & the Law and as a Dean’s Fellow for the Legal Rhetoric Program. Before joining the Texas Bar and starting her own practice, she worked in the fields of international corporate tax, public interest, and elder law.
A cellist and the daughter of a Houston Symphony Orchestra violinist, Anna is a patron of the Orchestra and a member of the Houston Symphony League. She serves on the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Wine Events Committee and volunteers with the Houston Area Women’s Center.
- State Bar of Texas Guardianship Ad Litem Certification
- Texas Bar Association
- Houston Bar Association (Probate, Trusts, and Estates Section; Taxation Section)
- Houston Bar Association Elder Law Committee
- Attorneys in Tax and Probate
- Disability and Elder Law Attorneys Association
- Houston Estate and Financial Forum
- Association of Women Attorneys
- Houston Rice Young Alumni