CREATING A FULL ESTATE PLAN
Estate planning means not only having a plan for your assets, but for your family's care should you pass away, as well as your own should you become incapacitated. No matter the size of your estate, it is important to have a plan in place. If you have children, it is even more important. You want to make sure you take care of your kids now and in the future.
A full plan means knowing who will become your children's guardian and determining the means for their care. It means determining what needs to be included in your will. In some cases, it may mean creating one or more trusts. A full plan protects your finances and determines what will happen to everything that matters in your life when you pass away. It also means determining who will make decisions for you regarding your assets and care should you become incapacitated.
My office is in Weatherford, and I work with clients throughout Parker County and surrounding areas in Texas to create full estate plans. It is important to have a lawyer's guidance with these crucial decisions, and I'm here to help.
HOW TO START AN ESTATE PLAN
For many, the first step is simply knowing they need a plan. This may mean reaching out to an attorney, or it may mean making your own list of assets and what you want to happen in the future. No matter the case, it is important for everyone to acknowledge they need a plan in place.
If you're ready to take the first step, I'm here to help. I'll work with you to determine a personalized plan that works for you and your family.
QUESTIONS ABOUT ESTATE PLANNING?
Contact me today to set up an appointment by calling 817-613-8295 or this online form. I'll help you determine what you need to do to ensure that your estate wishes are carried out.