Wills are legally binding documents that detail and describe how an individual would like their property divided after death. It is the cornerstone legal document in your estate plan.
In Texas, to execute a valid Will, the law requires the testator (the person executing the Will) to be at least 18 years old and of sound mind.
Do you have a Will? You should and here’s why.
- A Will is a simple way to direct who will receive your money and property when you die. It also names who will take charge and handle your estate business (the executor).
- A Will provides your family with security and certainty and prevents conflict because you declare who you want to take your assets upon death.
- A Will saves time and money from costly curative issues, real estate problems and issues with banks and other financial institutions.
A Last Will and Testament is crucial and not nearly as cost prohibitive as you might think. Contact us today for a consultation on your Last Will and Testament Options.