Estate Planning and Probate

No one likes to think about the end of their own life, or their need for a will or trust. Unfortunately, it is the one thing we all have in common. The law is always changing, but one thing remains constant: failing to plan for one’s own estate can leave family members in a legal and financial bind, and will cost thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars more than it would with sound, timely estate planning with a qualified attorney.

A well-written will, trust, and a well-planned strategy for one’s estate will make the process of death and probate as painless and inexpensive as it can be. Failing to do so will only result in unnecessary pain, aggravation, taxation and expense for surviving family members. Even worse, expenses of court oversight and legal fees will erode the estate and take money out of the pockets of those family members left behind. Worst of all, failing to plan for guardianship of minor children will leave the decisions regarding their future and care in the hands of the courts and others, making this kind of planning a necessity.

We also have extensive experience not only in drafting and reviewing estate planning documents, but also in representing clients in handling lawsuits over the benefits and the handling of estates and trusts, including our representation of beneficiaries, executors, and trustees in courts all over North Texas.

Our attorneys have assisted thousands of clients easily and affordably make plans to take care of their families, spouses and children in the event of death. We can assist you in evaluating your current estate planning needs, mapping out a strategy for your future, and periodically review the changes in your life and the law in order to advise you how best to proceed. The process is easier than you think, and much less expensive. Call us today to consult with us for:

  • Wills
  • Living Trusts
  • Durable Powers of Attorney for Healthcare and Financial Matters
  • Living Wills/Directives to Physicians
  • Pour-over Wills
  • Probating of Estates
  • Will and Trust Contests and Litigation
  • Drafting of Other Agreements Relating to Distributions of Estate Assets




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