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Drafting a Will in Texas is Easier with a Probate Attorney

Posted by Lee Stringham | Feb 03, 2020 | 0 Comments

Seldom does anyone want to think about the fact that none of us will live forever. Even so, it's possible to get a little more peace of mind when you know that your final affairs are all taken care of and that you've provided for those you love. Unfortunately, however, when care is not taken to plan an estate or draft a legally sound will, complications can arise after a death, and the plans you made may not be carried out as you wanted them to be. That's why the smart thing to do is to hire a Texas family law attorney to draft your final will and testament and to plan your estate. The Hixson Law Firm of Texas and its expert legal staff are prepared to help you take care of this matter and will treat you with respect and compassion.

Importance of Planning Your Estate

If you want to avoid the complexities of probate court or conflicts that may arise between beneficiaries after you pass away, the importance of planning your estate cannot be overemphasized. A professional estate planning attorney can help you to outline your plan for how your assets will be distributed among your beneficiaries and creditors, and can put this into the legal language that needs to go on your official will and testament. You will feel better knowing that the matter is taken care of and that disputes are unlikely to arise. The Hixson Law Firm of Texas has over two decades of experience in the area of family law and estate planning and will ensure that your final documents are legally sound.

Call to Schedule a Consultation with a Family Law Attorney in Texas Today

If you are ready to draft your last will and testament or to plan your estate, call to schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney in Texas today. The Hixson Law Firm offers you legal guidance you can rely upon, and we're here to answer all your questions. We serve the cities of Mansfield, Arlington, and Grand Prairie, Texas, and we are ready to serve you.  Call us at (817) 261-5000 and let us help you make your estate plans.

About the Author

Lee Stringham

Most people who meet Lee Stringham have come to know him as Suzanne's husband, a father of five children, and an enthusiastic entrepreneur. Raised between Washington, Oregon, Texas and New Mexico, Lee has been involved in banking and real estate transactions since 2002 and has been practicing law...


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