Estate Planning May Seem Far Away, But Planning Now Makes Life Easier Later
It’s easy to put off thinking about wills and estate planning when end-of-life issues seem a distant concern. But if a loved one passes on without having made the proper arrangements, you will know firsthand the stress and hassle this can cause to whatever family is left behind. It’s never too soon to prepare a will or make arrangements for an estate plan.
At Law Thompson, P.C., we can help put a plan in place that gives you and your family peace of mind, knowing that your assets will be distributed according to your desires when you pass on. Contact our firm at 281-369-8665, and start the process of making sure your wishes are respected when the time comes.
Creating A Blueprint For Future Generations
Our firm is savvy about creating tailored estate plans that address important end-of-life concerns, including:
- Durable power of attorney
- Medical power of attorney
- Living wills
These are essential tools that either clarify your wishes or appoint designated people to make important decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated. Having a comprehensive will and estate plan in place before you need it is one of the best gifts you can give your family. Make an appointment to speak with Houston wills and probate lawyer Travis Thompson to start the process of preparing for the future.
Following Through With Probate
When your loved one dies, his or her estate enters probate. At this time, it’s essential to have an efficient and knowledgeable probate lawyer to help you streamline the process of executing a will (if present) and deal with any creditors so the person’s estate can be distributed as planned. The probate process need not be lengthy and expensive when you have the right lawyer overseeing the details. Attorney Travis Thompson can help you through this necessary passage and guide you toward the future with clarity.
Call For Peace Of Mind
Whether you need a simple will or a more involved elaborate estate plan, Law Thompson, P.C., of Houston, Texas, is ready to help. Contact us or call us at 281-369-8665 to set up your consultation. We represent clients in Harris County, Montgomery County and Fort Bend County.