A Will gives you peace of mind and allows you to leave your affairs in order for your family’s benefit. If you pass away without a will Texas statutes determine who gets your assets without considering your wishes. The state can also decide how best to care for any minor children you leave behind if you fail to designate a guardian and both of the child’s parents are deceased.
A will is one of the most basic estate planning documents. A will may be the only document you need to direct the distribution of your property. If you already have a will, you should review your estate plan every couple of years, and after every major life change – such as marriage, divorce or the birth of a child or a major change in financial matters.
CONTACT US TODAY
Each divorce has its own unique set of circumstances, call us to schedule a consultation to learn about your options and to obtain experienced legal advice from a skilled divorce attorney on how to proceed. Call us 214-303-0142 or contact us online.