Wills


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Because each person’s financial circumstances and estate are unique, retaining an Wills & Trusts Attorney to help you review your matters and prepare a last will and testament is very important. A will is a legal document that dictates how your assets, possessions, finances and property distributed should be distributed after death. If you should die without a will, the state of Texas will essentially prepare one for you, and your assets may not be divided as you may have wished.

There are also pour over wills, which are used along with trusts to ensure that any assets acquired after your trust was prepared or assets you may have forgotten to place in your trust, are covered in your estate plan.

A living will is another type of will that defines end of life care, such as whether feeding tubes and other artificial means should be used to prolong life.

Planning ahead can relieve family members of tremendous decision-making burdens.

Call the Law Offices of Kate Smith, PLLC at (817) 479-0565 to arrange a consultation with a Tarrant County Wills & Trusts Lawyer to discuss a will and how to protect your assets through estate planning.