Tag Archives: wills

Involving Your Entire Family in Planning

As our families grow, the change can be exciting but it should also be a reminder to keep plans updated. As we age, whether we are grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles or parents with small children, we should create or update … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Complete? Now What?

So you have met with your estate planning attorney and have prepared your will or trust, your medical and financial powers of attorney, and the necessary other documents.  Can you just put it all away now and forget about it? … Continue reading

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Dying Without A Will

Some Texans inadvertently take our history of independence and doing what we want free from too much government restrictions backwards.  They think they will act independently by not making a will.  But rather than ending up free from government involvement … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Basics

Some clients have more detailed distribution plans than others. Whatever your plans are, don’t put off getting your estate planning documents prepared.

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Biggest Mistakes Executors Make

An article published in the Wall Street Journal earlier this year caught my eye.  It is particularly relevant to those who are serving or have been designated in friends’ or family members’ wills, but it is also important for those … Continue reading

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