Protect Your Wishes With Estate Planning
Carrier & Allison Law Group empowers clients to plan for the future. By having a plan in place to distribute your assets, it is easier for loved ones to understand your wishes. Count on our attorneys for estate planning in Jefferson County, Texas. With our assistance, you will find the right solutions that will meet your needs and solidify your legacy. Our team facilitates the planning of estates of all sizes. You can count on us to help you make plans with confidence.
Why It Pays To Plan For The Future
Planning your estate has many benefits. Advance directives will inform your family about your wishes for your health care in the event you can no longer speak for yourself while you are alive, as well as appoint a trusted agent to handle your financial affairs when you cannot. Your will is an essential legal document to express who you wish to act as your personal representative after you die and how you want your assets and real property distributed when you are gone. Articulating your wishes now reduces the potential for disputes among family members and unintended heirs. If you do not have a will, your estate will be distributed according to Texas’ probate laws. This could result in family members – who you did not intend to give assets or property to upon your death – receiving your property as legal heirs. Let us help you establish the peace of mind that comes from knowing you have taken measures that will provide for your loved ones when you are no longer here.
Dependable Guidance For Probate And Estate Needs
Without proper legal guidance, settling a loved one’s estate can take much more time than necessary and cost beneficiaries a lot of money. Efficiently settling your loved one’s final affairs can become an overwhelming process, especially if your family is dealing with the grief of losing a loved one and bitter unresolved family conflict. An experienced probate and estate administration attorney will know the step-by-step probate process and offer guidance for resolving family disputes.
When a loved one passes away, family members are often called on to handle their loved one’s estate administration. It can be hard to cope with the loss of your loved one while also dealing with the complexities of estate administration and probate.
Our team can help you with these matters, including:
- Will validation
- Inventorying and cataloging assets
- Identifying and contacting beneficiaries
- Alerting creditors
- Dispute resolution
- Accurate final taxes
- Asset distribution
We are familiar with all of these challenges. We can assist you and your family resolve them as smoothly as possible.
We often find that clients experiencing difficulties in the probate process realize the importance of establishing or updating their own estate plan. We can help you avert the disappointment and disputes that frequently arise when an estate plan is absent. You deserve an estate plan that is an ideal fit for your family and their future. We can help you build it.
Let Our Compassion And Experience Help You
As your attorneys, you can count on us to help you prepare for the future and ensure your legacy is treated with dignity and respect. Our experienced attorneys are here to listen to your needs and recommend the most beneficial options. We are committed to providing our clients with the highest standard of legal advice and representation.
Request an initial consultation by calling 409-877-7895 or by emailing us here to discuss estate plans, probate or any of our other services with one of our attorneys. We serve clients throughout Jefferson County, Texas.