We can help you understand your estate planning options, from drafting a simple will to reviewing a variety of estate planning options for complicated or high asset estates.
Having a current will is the first step to peace of mind, but sometimes further planning may be needed, especially if you own a business or have sole responsibility for a minor or an elderly or disabled person. Check out our blog post on “When a Will may not be Enough.”
Also, if you are currently getting a divorce and do not have a will, or if you have been living apart from your spouse, you should know that these facts will not change the distribution of your property if you should die before a divorce is final. Your spouse may still inherit some or all of your portion of property under Texas law, (despite your marital situation) so you should consider making your wishes known in a will. It is strongly advised that you consider a durable power of attorney and health care power attorney as well.
The probate attorneys at Kalish Law Office are available to assist you with the Texas Probate Process, probate court, settlement of estates, help for surviving spouses and family members, guidance for executors and will contests.
Areas of Practice:
- Health Care Directives
- Estate Planning
- Family Trust Agreements
- Guardianships/ Guardianship Alternatives
- Planning for Disabled Persons
- Elder Care Planning
- Estate Planning for Non-Traditional Families
- Probate and Non-Probate Settlement of Estates
- Letters Testamentary
- Muniments of Title
- Intestate Succession
- Contested Probate Cases
Call us at (281) 363-3700 to set up a consultation!