Regardless of the size of the estate, or whether or not they have drafted a plan themselves, decisions must be made about what to do with what remains. Many people choose to hire an Estate Planning attorney to draft a plan for what happens with your assets after death (or other incapacitating conditions). The laws of Texas will make those decisions for you if you have not created a personal, memorialized plan. In light of this, it is important to consider the following–does your estate plan accomplish your individual goals?
Regardless of whether an estate plan consists of a simple will or a complex combination of estate documents, it deals with some of the most important issues in your life—your family and your health. Our San Antonio estate planning attorneys carefully attend to each and every need presented with each client’s finances, life, and family. Together, we devise a plan that is tailored to meet your wishes. Don’t let the fate of your estate be decided by default, contact us today to learn more about how you can protect your family’s future.
Many people don’t think it is necessary to have an estate plan. Alternatively, some live under the assumption that their assets are not great enough to warrant a plan. In many cases, people simply trust their family to do what is best when the time comes. However, a basic estate plan can accomplish important goals, including:
If you are uncertain about whether or not you need an estate plan or how to even begin to think about the future, don’t hesitate to contact us to help get you started. Our experienced San Antonio lawyers can help you examine your unique needs and circumstances. Together we can create a plan that will protect you and your loved ones.
Don’t be fooled into believing that having an estate planning is only for the wealthy. Nearly everyone with assets or children can benefit from having an estate plan.
Estate planning typically determines what happens to your property and who is to care for your minor children. In the case that you become incapacitated, it can also dictate what happens to you, your property, and your minor children.
Below is a list of some of the estate planning services we provide:
If you are in San Antonio and have estate planning questions, we want to hear from you. We are San Antonio estate planning attorneys. We have several decades of combined experience helping clients navigate the estate planning process.