Preparing The Will You Need
Most of us have some idea of what we want to happen with our assets and property after we die. But, how do you take those thoughts and use them to create a sound estate plan that does what you want to be done? Working with an experienced estate planning lawyer who will sit down and listen to you and learn about who you are and what your goals are is the first step.
A will is an effective cornerstone for all estates, from the simplest to the most complex. A will can serve most people’s needs. It allows people to clearly dictate how they want their assets and property to benefit their loved ones. By laying out your wishes in a will you also lessen the possibility for confusion or conflict among your heirs, and help to avoid or simplify the probate process.
We will listen to you and build the will you need.
A Will Can Be A Central Piece Of A Comprehensive Estate Plan
While a will alone can serve most estate planning needs, it can also be part of a more comprehensive estate plan. Even for people with more straightforward estates, there are some additional documents that can offer real benefit without adding too much cost to an estate plan.
In the case of your incapacity, documents such as powers of attorney, living wills, and other advance directives allow for a trusted person to step in and make important financial and medical decisions or honor your wishes regarding end-of-life care. When you have specific goals, a trust may be the best way to achieve those goals.
Here To Help You And Your Family
At the Law Office of Tawana H. Gray, PLLC, in Fort Worth, TX, we put your needs first. We take the time to get to know all of our clients. That is the best way to create wills that actually serve our clients’ needs. Since 2004, we have been offering the people in our area the thoughtful estate planning help they deserve. We can draft a will that meets all of your needs. If a will is just a piece of the estate plan you need, we can create everything you need while being conscious of the need for respecting costs.