What You Should Know About Wills, Probate And Guardianships
Wills and trusts are not only for the wealthy, and they are not only for elderly people. Death can come at any time, and managing one's lifetime resources is simply a smart thing to do.
A family needs to be able to carry on after the loss of a loved one of any age. Anyone with family or assets of any kind needs to consider how to provide for an orderly transfer of assets after a death.
At the Spring law firm of Brian D. Williams, Attorney at Law, we provide Texans with tools for life management to provide families with peace of mind about the future. These tools include:
- Trusts, such as marital trusts and testamentary trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Health care directives
Brian D. Williams provides insightful guidance and efficient preparation of these important documents and with the legal steps involved in these and related matters. As a former accountant, he has extensive knowledge of financial aspects that may affect you or your family. He is well-prepared to help you discover and implement the right legal solutions for you and your family's unique circumstances.
Do you need help writing a will that spells out your intentions and is fully enforceable? Do you need to petition for a guardianship of your disabled adult child? Explore these and other options applicable to your situation with the help of a skilled and experienced attorney.
About Real Estate And Deeds In Texas
In Texas, it is now possible to deed your house to another person and schedule the transfer to take place after death. This legal maneuver bypasses probate court altogether. Will this legal action offer the ease of transfer of your house to your spouse that you are looking for?
Let Brian D. Williams answer your questions and help you apply the right solution to your legal objectives. To schedule a consultation, call 832-717-0678 or send an email inquiry through this website.