Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts
What is right for me - a will or a living trust?
Do I need other documents in addition to a will or a trust?
What happens if I become ill or have an accident, but do not die?
We can help with your estate planning and prepare documents to plan for your future needs, including:
- Empowering someone to make medical and financial decisions for you, if you cannot;
- Identifying who will receive particular assets;
- Specifying who will be in charge of carrying out your wishes;
- Minimizing estate taxes;
- Simplifying the transfer of your assets after you die;
- Stating what you would like to occur if you have a terminal or irreversible medical circumstance; and
- Helping you have peace of mind that your wishes will be carried out.
Because everyone's financial situation is different, our firm provides a confidential initial consultation on a complimentary basis to help you determine what combination of estate planning documents are right for you and your loved ones.
For more information about estate planning, wills and trusts, please see our “FAQ” or Frequently Asked Questions.
Attorneys Who Serve This Practice Area
*Attorneys Michael Martin and Robin Apostolakis are Board Certified in Estate Planning by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.