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Protect Your Assets and Interests Today

It can be a scary and stressful thing thinking about one’s own death. What happens to your belongings, to your debts, or to your loved ones when you are no longer here? Creating a last will and testament is the legal way you can ensure that the assets and liabilities you leave behind will be protected. A Dallas estate planning lawyer can help you navigate the complex legalities of crafting a will and planning for the future.

Need help creating your will? Schedule a consultation with our firm today!

Importance of Creating a Will in Texas

If you die without a will in Texas, the state will follow “intestacy” laws to distribute your property to your family. According to intestacy law, your assets will be distributed to your closest family members, starting with your spouse and children and continuing with further and further relatives through blood or marriage. If an individual does not have family to distribute your belongings to, the assets will be taken by the state.

Because it is sometimes not apparent when or where death may occur, planning ahead and preparing for the future is important. A will can assist with matters such as:

  • Determining which individuals or organizations you want to leave your property to
  • Naming a guardian for your underage children
  • Naming a person that will manage the assets you leave to your underage children
  • Naming an executor, or an individual to carry out the desires stated in your will

An experienced and skilled estate planning lawyer in Dallas can help you when determining the details of life after your death. At Carol Willis Butrus, Attorney at Law, we understand that making these kinds of plans can be confusing and even stressful. That is why we walk with you through each step and ensure that you are getting the protection you need while handling such a delicate plans.

If you are ready to start protecting your assets and loved ones, contact our Dallas estate planning law firm today. We are ready to help you!

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Carol Willis Butrus, Attorney at Law - Dallas Estate Planning Attorney
Located at 2500 Dallas Parkway, Suite 600 Plano, TX 75093. View Map
Phone: (972) 325-7516 | Local Phone: (469) 440-5401.
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