Check out our law resources below.
How To Write A Will
The primary purpose of a will is to give instructions on how to dispose of the decedent’s property and how to care for minor children after death. A will is a legal document; therefore, specific legal requirements must be followed for the will to be valid. Learn more about requirements for writing a will.
Determination of Heirs
The determination of heirs becomes an issue if a person dies without a will or if the will has been revoked or annulled (“intestate as to the person”) or if a person dies without including a specific asset in an otherwise valid will (“intestate as to property.”) In that case, the state of Texas will determine heirs.
Learn How A Trust Works
The essential concept of a trust is that the trust, as a legal entity, owns the trust property. Typically, successor trustees are named to assume trust management duties upon specific triggering events designated in the trust. At such a time, there is no change of ownership (title remains at all times with the trust); there is only a change of management.
A consultation with a Sugar Land attorney can provide you with the best information to ensure your wishes are fulfilled in the best and most economical manner possible. For a free initial consultation with experienced attorneys in Sugar Land please call us at 281 242-0995 or contact our Sugar Land law offices.
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