Cary Wigington represents clients in the following practice areas:
With over thirty years of experience, Cary has been involved in multiple practice areas. Early in his career, there was considerable involvement in construction, municipal, oil and gas, and business litigation. After working in Dallas for about ten years, Cary moved his practice to Lewisville in 1986. The practice relocated to its current location in Flower Mound in 2000. Located a few minutes north of the DFW airport, the firm serves much of the Metroplex and clients from around the State of Texas
For the past twenty years, Cary has placed an emphasis on estate planning and business representation.
As the founder of Wigington & Dankesreiter, L.L.P., Cary has recruited and helped build a dynamic firm with an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Cary has helped the firm become heavily involved in representing individuals in their business endeavors. Wigington & Dankesreiter, L.L.P. offers large firm expertise with small firm personal service.
Typical representation includes personal and business estate planning, related entity and real estate practice, and probate and trust administration matters.
Cary was admitted to practice law in Texas in 1979, and is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas, United States Court of Appeals Fifth District, United States Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Cary has always been active in charitable and service organizations. Past and present participation include the Dallas Junior Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts of America, Christian Community Action, Pediplace, and Rotary International. Although Cary has served in a number of leadership positions, he is more interested in hands on involvement and has participated in a number of volunteer construction projects domestically and outside of the U.S.
Although not currently flying, Cary holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating and numerous instructor ratings, and has flown most of the United States and the Caribbean for pleasure or while working as a pilot. Fascinated with tools and all things mechanical, away from the office there is always an ongoing DIY project.