Helping Texans Create Wills
A will is an important legal document that pretty much every adult should have. A will is especially important for people who own property, have children and/or wish to designate how their property will be distributed following their death.
Parents can designate a guardian for their children in a will. Without such a designation, a court would decide who is to care for the children.
People who own little or no property should also have a will. Without a will, the state decides how assets will be distributed and how debts will be paid, leaving surviving family members with fewer legal options.
At the Spring law firm of Brian D. Williams, Attorney at Law, we provide representation to families throughout the Harris County area with probate, administration and guardianship matters. If you do not have a will, let us explain how one can help you and those you love.
What Is A Will?
A will is a legal document that establishes the wishes of an individual to be carried out upon his or her death. A will can address:
- What property and assets are owned
- How property and assets will be divided
- Who the beneficiaries will be
- Who guardians of minor children will be
- Who the executor will be
A will can — and should — be customized to meet the unique needs of the individual it represents. The needs of a 20-something male with young children are much different than an 80-year-old female with no children. It is important to work with an attorney who can help you make plans based on your unique life circumstances.
Attorney Brian D. Williams has more than 39 years of legal experience. He will help you create a customized will that meets all legal requirements and is enforceable.
Contact A Wills And Estate Attorney In Spring, Texas
To schedule an initial consultation to start discussing your long-term needs, contact our office online or call us at 832-717-0678.
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