Making a plan for your end of life and final wishes can be a daunting an uncomfortable task. In fact, most people put off considering an estate plan until much later in life to avoid the discomfort. However, looking into estate planning services now can save your loved ones from legal troubles down the road. Don't wait to speak with a knowledgable attorney to learn more about your best legal options.
Since 2005, I have proudly served the legal communities of East Texas and North Texas with my counsel. I am passionate about providing my clients with solutions that will stand the test of time. Based in Tyler, Texas, I have worked with clients planning their final wishes and trying to protect what they have, as well as clients who are planning to protect and distribute what their loved one has left behind. Most clients need assistance in understanding the complex legal documents and processes, that's where I come in.
You may feel forever young, but you won't live forever. Working with an attorney to create your will, trust, or overall estate plan, can help safeguard your assets and help you to take control over what happens to them after you pass. There are many resources designed to preserve your legacy.
With various types of Wills and Trusts, understanding which is the best fit for you can be confusing. Their primary purpose is to allow you to manage how/where your assets will go after you pass, in addition to how you/your family will be cared for in the future.
Advance Directives refer to the legal documents that specifically outline how you want your medical decisions and care to be handled in the case you become unable to communicate that yourself.
Assigning Powers of Attorney allows for a person to have legal authority over communicating and carrying out your wishes. You can have separate health care and financial powers of attorney.
Estate planning is an act of looking out for your loved ones— making sure they will be provided for and controlling where your property ends up after you pass away. While most don’t consider this necessary until later in life, it's important to have a plan in place should tragedy strike unexpectedly. If you're in need of estate planning assistance in Tyler, Texas, look no further than Vance E. Hendrix P.C., Attorney at Law.