In Estate Planning, Procrastination Can Lead To Devastation.
People die in accidents every day. The ones who were too busy to do estate planning left their loved ones with the stress of dealing with the courts on top of the grief of losing a family member. In the event of a tragedy where a young couple without wills dies in an accident at the same time, the state is left to decide what to do with their children.
These situations may seem a little melodramatic, but they are real-life scenarios that play out every day. The point should be clear; unless you are content to let the state decide what happens to your young children and how your assets will be distributed after you die, the time to do estate planning is now.
Controlling How Your Assets Are Distributed
Creating an estate plan means making sure your loved ones are taken care of after you’re gone. We will work closely with you to determine what kind of documents should be included in your plan. From simple wills to complex living trusts, we’ll explain the benefits and drawbacks of each type of plan as it applies to your unique situation.
Services that we provide include:
- Estate planning
- Creating living wills and advance health directives
- Creating and administrating trusts
- Creating and administrating wills
- Guiding clients through probate
We can also help you update existing estate planning documents if your circumstances have changed (birth of a child, sale of a property, etc.).
Contact The Estate Planning Attorneys At The Farias Law Firm
For assistance in planning your estate or navigating the probate process, call us at 713-337-6050 or fill out our online contact form to schedule an initial consultation.
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