The kind of planning everyone needs.
Your failure to plan won’t be your problem; but, if you love the people you want to receive your stuff, be responsible and don’t leave them with a mess. Some of the biggest messes are preventable with simple advanced directives, well-crafted beneficiary designations, and transfer on death deeds. On the other hand, you may have done some planning and you’re feeling prepared, but do you understand the relationship between your will and your beneficiary designations? Do you know about the effect of Texas community property laws on the stock you inherited? Do you appreciate the consequences of leaving your estate to your special needs nephew? We can prepare wills and trusts to help you provide for loved ones and protect them (sometimes from themselves).