Drafting a Will
Legal consultation for a will is something everyone will at one point require in their lives. A will is a document that expresses someone’s final wishes. This is of great use to make sure that your assets go exactly where you want them to go. The Fetty Firm P.C. is experienced in Texas estate planning. So you can rest easy knowing that the will is drafted correctly. With our sole attorney, Rashelle Fetty, you’ll receive the knowledgeable and capable services of an attorney with over 10 years of experience.
Drafting a will is a very delicate matter for a number of reasons. You want to make sure that your loved ones are taken care of. Additionally, you will have to try and anticipate any problems that may arise in the future. The best way to handle the drafting of a will is with the services of an experienced and trusted law firm. With The Fetty Firm P.C., you’ll receive the results of a big firm combined with the personal and attentive services of a small firm.
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In order to make a will, you will need to be over 17 years of age, been lawfully married, or a member of the United States military. In addition, you are required to have a sound mind. This means that you can understand the business in which you are engaged when making the will, the effect it will have, the nature and extent of your property, and the number of relatives you have.
Here are some things to keep in mind when drafting your will:
- A will can be used to leave property to individuals or organizations
- Name a guardian for your children
- In the case that you leave property to minors, have a trustee to handle the property
- Name an Executor of your estate
- To validate your will in Texas, you must sign the will with two witnesses and the witnesses must also sign the will
This is a very delicate matter.
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Therefore it makes sense to have the best services available. Contact The Fetty Firm P.C. today to learn more about the ins and outs of will-drafting. You can get in touch with us by calling (214) 546-5746 or clicking here. Furthermore, if you want to learn more about our Legal Consultation on Wills, click here.