Wills & Estate Planning
Wills | Trusts | Intestacy
If a friend or family member passed before they executed a will, it means their assets will be distributed according to the state's intestacy laws. This can be very frustrating for those left behind because you may not receive what you would have wanted from your loved one.
In Texas, if someone dies without a valid will in place, their property is distributed to heirs under the state’s intestate succession laws. These laws vary by state and are often complex and confusing. They also may not reflect your wishes at all. That’s why it’s important to work with an experienced estate planning attorney who can help ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes when you pass away.
- Having a will in place ensures your assets go to the people you want them to.
- Intestate succession can be costly and time-consuming for your loved ones.
- A trust can help manage your estate even after you're gone.
- Forrest Good PLLC offers a variety of legal services related to wills, trusts, and intestacy - so you can find the right plan for you.
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Estate planning is the process of preparing your assets in preparation of death by making use of multiple tools and avenues that best suit your current portfolio and assets. Drafting and executing a will to make sure your family or friends receive what you would like them to have after death, or setting up a trust to ensure the assets are managed properly are all ways of planning an estate.
If a friend or family member passed before they executed a will, it means their assets will go through the process of intestacy, where Texas statutes prescribe how assets are distributed.
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The Law Dictionary
Legal document effective while its testator lives. This covers death if imminent due to a medical condition or an accident. Medical care and degree of medical intervention and life sustaining support is typically expressed as the testator’s wishes. Contrast with traditional wills.