Texas Estate Planning & Administration
Estate planning allows you to control your property while you are alive and well, while also planning for yourself and your family and loved ones should you become disabled, and finally, transfer your assets upon your death, to people and organizations that you want, when you want, and the way you want. Thoughtful estate planning can ease a difficult time of life and may result in a reduced tax burden.
Many factors that you may not originally consider can play an important part in estate planning. Such as, Are you single? Married? Do you have young children? Step-children? What is your age? Are you in good health? Do you have retirement accounts? Do you have life insurance? Oldham Law PLLC can help you accomplish your estate planning objectives at the lowest possible cost to you and those you love.
Last Will and Testament, Trusts and Other Estate Planning Tools
Our DFW based estate planning group can help you prepare an estate plan that best reflects your values and wishes. We also review and update estate planning documents drafted by other attorneys or received through online “self-service” tools. Some of the documents commonly utilized to implement estate planning are:
- Durable Power of Attorneys
- Healthcare Power of Attorneys
- Advance Health Care Directives (Living Wills)
- HIPPA Authorizations
- Revocable Living Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Charitable Trusts
- Private Foundations
- Grantor Retained Trusts
- Lifetime QTIP Trusts
- Qualified Personal Residence Trusts
- Standalone Retirement Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
- Family Limited Partnerships
- Limited Liability Companies
Texas Probate Proceedings and Trust Administration
We can also help you with probate and trust administration. This may include:
- Trust Litigation
- Will Contests
- Intestacy Proceedings
- Appointment of Personal Representatives
- Removal of Trustees
- Asset Distributions
Contact Our Texas Estate Planning Law Group
For more information about how we can assist you with a particular estate planning law matter, contact Oldham Law, PLLC.
We are pleased to provide free consultations to help you determine if we are the right law firm for your situation. The consultation is confidential and absolutely free of any charge.