Estate Planning Lawyer
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Why do you need a wills, trusts, and estates attorney?
To be a good steward of your hard earned assets and to protect your spouse and children, you need to seek the advice of a wills, trusts and estates attorney and consider setting up a comprehensive Estate Plan. By planning ahead using wills and trusts for your estate, you may protect your spouse and kids from lawsuits, over taxation, and if you have small children, from foster care.
Schedule a free consultation with a highly qualified will, trusts, and estates attorney to discuss a personalized plan to protect your family. Once we meet we will get to know each other and see if we would work well together. Everyone has different needs. You may need a simple will, medical or financial power of attorney, revocable living trust, an irrevocable life insurance trust (ilit), a qualified personal residence trust (qprt) to protect a vacation home, or perhaps you are interested in a special or supplemental needs trust for a disabled relative or family member. I’m sure you will be confident in my ability to assess and address your estate planning needs. There is no substitute to the advice of a will, trusts, and estates attorney, so do not trust your estate to an online retailer who provides a will that may be problematic or invalid in Texas.
When my clients sign their Estate Planning documents, they always tell me they feel relieved and experience a great sense of accomplishment knowing they have taken the responsible steps to protect their family.
- Do not let the State of Texas dictate where your assets go.
- Prevent unwanted guardianships
- Proper estate planning dramatically decreases the burden on your family.
- Plan who will take care of your children.
- Simple or Complex Wills
- Supplemental/Special Needs Trusts
- Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills