Posts tagged "Wills"

Updating wills is vital after divorce

Life comes with changes around every corner. For some Texas residents, going through divorces could turn their lives in completely different directions. While focusing on the divorce is important, it is also wise for parties who have already created their wills to go over the information in those documents to determine how the results of the divorce could affect their estate plans.

Estate planning discussions better not left until the last minute

The idea of having a serious conversation with loved ones can make many Texas readers and those elsewhere feel uncomfortable. This discomfort may be even more prominent if individuals rarely hold such conversations with family. Though a strong urge may exist to avoid serious discussion, failing to talk about estate planning could cause issues.

Estate planning may be worth considering for Millennials

Individuals in the Millennial generation may think that they still have a considerable amount of their lives ahead of them. While this notion may prove true for many of them, it does not mean that they should put off estate planning. This action may not have crossed the minds of a considerable number of those in this generation, but getting started sooner rather than later may be wise.

Creating wills may help lessen conflict later

Thinking about end-of-life wishes often brings about mixed emotions. Still, Texas residents need to closely consider estate planning and creating wills so that their families will know those wishes. If parties do not make plans, state law will intervene, and a greater chance of dispute may come about.

Celebrity deaths often highlight estate planning mistakes

When a celebrity passes away, it is common for information regarding his or her life and death to come into public light. In particular, several famous and wealthy individuals have died without having created an estate plan. Estate planning can benefit surviving family members in many ways, and without it, complications could easily result.

Planning as a parent includes estate planning

Texas parents often have a number of responsibilities that they need to address. Most of those tasks involve caring for their children themselves, but they may also find themselves needing to consider a time when they may not be able to care for their kids. It is an unfortunate reality that parents, even new ones, can suffer incapacitating or even fatal injuries or illnesses. Because no one is immune, it is wise for parents to start estate planning.

Estate planning does not have to be intimidating

Many people may have a number of reasons to put off thinking about their end-of-life affairs. For some, they may feel intimidated by the estate planning process, and they are not alone. It is common for people in Texas and across the country to feel that creating an estate plan will be too hard, but fortunately, that does not have to be the case.

Divorce may mean getting back into estate planning

People in Texas and around the world experience a variety of changes throughout their lives. Because of this reason, it is important for individuals to remember to update their estate plans. In particular, going through a divorce gives a number of reasons why jumping back into estate planning could prove vastly important.

Because property value changes, wills often need updates

Having an estate plan means that individuals can look ahead and determine how they want certain aspects of their remaining affairs handled after their deaths. Because property distribution is often a main concern after the passing of Texas loved ones, it can prove immensely useful when wills have been created. Of course, individuals may find it useful to review their documents periodically.

Estate planning may be more successful with family discussions

Estate plans can have many beneficial purposes, but they can also prove less helpful than desired in some cases. Estate planning itself can have certain complications, but Texas residents could also hinder their plans' usefulness if they do not let their families in on the details of those plans. Without discussion, issues could arise after a person's death.

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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