The simple will or last will and testament is the major building block of any forward-looking estate plan. A will can state, for example, your intention to be an organ donor, to opt for burial or cremation and direct assets and property loved ones.
If your estate planning goals include useful tools such as a will — regardless of your age, size of your estate or whether yours is a traditional or nontraditional family — our experienced Missouri City estate and probate law firm can help.
As family members ourselves, we understand the need for peace of mind when it comes to providing for those nearest and dearest to us, who will have to move on with their lives in our absence. We show you how a solid estate plan can be your final gift to those you love most.
Contact us today so we can explain the purpose and specifics of your will, according to your wishes, goals and needs. We solve life problems for our clients every day— beginning with your free initial consultation at our Pursley McNamara & Flint, PLLC, law offices.
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A last will and testament is a written document that states how a person wants his or her property distributed posthumously. It assigns responsibility to an executor for execution of wishes set forth in the will; directs payment of taxes and debts; makes specific bequests or gifts of property and assets; names the guardian of minor children, if any; and specifies burial arrangements.
Do you have questions about wills or any other estate planning instrument? Our Missouri City wills lawyers welcome the opportunity to meet you, work with you and serve you however we can.
Contact Pursley McNamara & Flint, PLLC, to learn more about the many ways we can help you — and to arrange your free consultation. Call us at (713) 766-4326 or reach us with an email message.