Customized Estate Planning And Probate Counsel
All Texas residents should prepare an estate plan. Estate planning determines the fate of your assets and helps you prepare for potential medical emergencies down the road. Preparing an estate plan can help you and your family long-term by removing confusion and ensuring that your wishes are met.
At Grable Grimshaw Mora PLLC, we will help you secure your assets and plan for the future. During a consultation, we will discuss your estate planning goals and develop a customized plan to help you meet them.
Develop A Fully Personalized Estate Plan
The structure of your estate plan will vary based on a number of factors, including: the structure of your assets, debts, the size of your family, whether you own a business or care for dependents. During the estate planning process, we assess your financial and personal circumstances to develop a comprehensive strategy.
Depending on your needs, your estate plan may include any of the following:
- Simple wills
- Living wills
- Powers of attorney
- Health care directives
- Medicaid planning
- Life insurance policies
- Estate tax reduction methods
- Business succession plans
Simple Estate Planning Package
We offer an estate planning package for simple wills and ancillary documents. This can help you efficiently prepare for the future with key estate planning tools. If the full scope of your needs is not met with this package, we can recommend other estate planning tools to round out your plan.
Your Guide Through Probate
After the death of a loved one, Texas law requires that their estate passes through probate. During this time, assets are sorted and distributed, and debts are paid off. The process is time consuming and can be complex. If you are the estate’s trustee, our attorneys can take over the process to help you avoid mistakes and to resolve will contests.
Create Or Update Your Plan Today
Keeping an updated estate plan is essential to make sure your estate planning goals become reality. It is time to review your estate plan if you had a divorce, marriage, new child or another major life event.