A recent study performed by the National Institute of Planned Giving revealed that nearly seven out of ten adults will die without a leaving a will.
Dying without a will complicates matters and increases expenses for your loved ones. In Texas, when you die without a will, all probate property is subject to the laws of intestate succession. Although it is a popular myth that your property will go to the state, it is true that your ability to determine to whom you’d like to leave your property is surrendered and the State will now determine your heirs. After years of building a legacy to leave behind for your family, that’s the last thing you want.
The Law Office of Richard Danner can help you protect your estate and offers full-service planning to meet all of your needs including:
- Living Wills
- Powers of Attorney
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Living Trusts
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Charitable Giving
When a loved one passes away, you want to make certain that his or her final wishes are carried out in the manner that they have indicated. The Law Office of Richard Danner can assist you with all probate matters, including trust administration and probate litigation.