It is never too soon to start planning for the future – or to make sure that your wishes are carried out in case of your passing. The attorneys at The Barrows Firm can help prepare a will, protect your assets and give you and your loved ones peace of mind.
If a Texan dies without a will, which is called “intestate,” the state laws of property distribution will be applied by the probate court that oversees the collection and disbursement of the estate of a decedent. Having a will and estate plan in place allows you to decide what will happen if you pass away or are temporary incapacitated. Do you have children? Who will care for them and make decisions in your absence? You might have children from a prior marriage and want to ensure your assets go to your natural children first, before children of another marriage. The Barrows Firm can help you preserve your wishes and make sure they are carried out on your behalf.
We will meet with you one-on-one to help you prepare for the expected – and unexpected.