If you have yet to create a comprehensive plan for your medical care should you become incapacitated and the distribution of your assets upon your passing, what have you been waiting for? Without a legally-binding document outlining your specific instructions, many decisions regarding medical care, finances, asset allocation—even care for your children—will be decided by Texas state laws. To learn how you can institute plans for your estate through a will, trust or other means, contact The Law Office of J. Grant Stevens today.
Dying intestate (without a will) can place additional stress on your family during an already somber period. Probate court is often time-consuming, confusing and costly, and it will likely subject your estate to higher tax penalties. To help your loved ones avoid hefty tax penalties and the stress of probate court, call The Law Office of J. Grant Stevens and schedule your appointment to discuss establishing a will or trust.