Wills & Estates
A will is a document which controls the passage of your property upon your death. Most people benefit from a will. A will allows for easier distribution of your estate, and it is generally less costly to probate a properly prepared will. Creating a will is your opportunity to determine what happens to your property when you die.
When a loved one passes on, it is a sensitive time for family members. Often there is much to be done, and decisions to be made about the loved one’s remains and property. Family members often wonder what to do about a loved one’s (or decedent’s) property (or estate).
Elder law is a legal term coined to cover an area of legal practice that places an emphasis on those issues that affect the growing aging population.
In Texas, when an adult individual becomes incapacitated, they may need a guardianship. Incapacity is when an adult individual, because of a physical or mental condition, is unable to substantially provide food, clothing, or shelter for himself or herself, to care for their own physical health, or to manage their own financial affairs.
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