San Antonio Lawyers For The Creation Of Wills
The foundation of any estate plan is a will. Without one, the distribution of your estate could be left entirely up to the probate court. That means your true wishes may not be honored, and your family may be left confused and angry about the meaning of your legacy.
Let the estate planning attorneys at The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza P.C. help you create an enforceable will that makes your wishes clear and provides effective instruction for the distribution of your estate. We have decades of experience in estate planning. We want to help you create the necessary documents for preserving your legacy and the well-being of your family.
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Amending Your Existing Will
If you already have a will in place, we can review it to make sure it fits your current situation. Life-events like divorce, the birth of children, change of business, health problems and other factors may require updates to your estate plan.
Why A Will Is So Important
If someone dies without a will, that person is said to have died “intestate.” Dying intestate could put unnecessary burdens on your family and create confusion regarding the distribution of your estate. It is better to make your end-of-life wishes known in a well-drafted, enforceable will.
Dying intestate also leaves the distribution of your estate up to the probate court — with no input from you. In many cases, when someone dies without a will, family disputes arise over the distribution of assets, and this results in lifelong heartache for the family and costly probate litigation. You can help your family avoid these issues by taking action now to draft a will.
Our lawyers offer comprehensive estate planning services. We understand that family dynamics and the unique aspects of your estate are all factors in your decision-making about your future and that of your family. Our estate planning attorneys can help you create documents that are customized to your unique situation. Such documents or legal proceedings may include:
- Powers of attorney
- Business succession
- Distributing retirement plans
- Establishment of guardianship
- Probate administration
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