September 2014 Archives

Several mistakes to avoid when developing wills

People typically prefer to avoid discussing difficult topics, such as death and creating a will. However, wills are essential for protecting family members in the event of one's death. With a will, a person can make sure that his or her minor kids will be cared for and that loved ones get the assets he or she wants them to have. Several mistakes are important to avoid as far as estate planning is concerned in Texas.

Estate planning helpful for those with or without children

A person who has children typically plans to pass assets on to the kids upon his or her death. This can easily be achieved through the estate planning process. The question for those who don't have children, however, is who will end up getting their assets and valuables when they die. Even more planning and thought is often necessary for these individuals in Texas.

Contact Kolb & Murray, P.C., at 830-386-4801 to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced law firm devoted to serving you, your family and your business.

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