TX Estate Attorney
Are you currently searching for a TX Estate Attorney, you should definitely reach out to The Fetty Firm, PC. Our sole attorney, Rashelle Fetty, and her 10+ years in the field will ensure that you get the best settlement for your estate case. We take great pride in offering clients personal, attentive, and caring support in their estate planning cases. Even more, our consistent and rigorous commitment to excellence ensures that we give our clients the best services we are capable of. Here at The Fetty Firm, we aim to excel in every case we take on. As such, you’ll be able to rest easy knowing that you’ll have an experienced and dedicated attorney by your side.
When it comes to estate planning law cases, you shouldn’t compromise on the quality of legal representation you acquire. Instead, you should opt for the experience and dedication of Rashelle Fetty and her firm. Our law firm has years of experience in an estate planning and probate cases dealing with real estate, powers of attorney, estate administration, and other types of related law matter. We also specialize in family law cases such as child custody, child support, divorce, and cases of that sort. Above all, we aim to use our experience to help clients in Tarrant County get the best settlements for their cases. When you choose The Fetty Firm, you betting on vast experience, dedication, and commitment to excellence. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you in your particular case.
About Our TX Estate Attorney
Texas attorney Rashelle Fetty is both the sole attorney and owner of The Fetty Firm, PC. She specializes in practice areas, including family law, estate planning, and probate. So if you live in , Texas, and are dealing with such legal matter or legal issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Rashelle grew up in Enid, Oklahoma, and attended Old Dominion University, located in Norfolk, Virginia. In her time at ODU, Rashelle completed her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice while also being part of the school’s division 1 golf team. She began law school at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, completing her studies at Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now named Texas A&M School of Law) in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2013, Ms. Fetty passed the Texas Bar Exam and went on to start The Fetty Firm shortly after.
Rashelle has been in the legal sector for over ten years, and as such, she has vast experience in all things regarding Texas Law. Her family law services in Colleyville focus on estate planning, probate, and general family law. The Fetty Firm’s legal services include assisting in matters such as child custody, child support, modification of family law orders, enforcement of family law orders, adoption, drafting wills and trusts, and cases of that sort. Above all, The Fetty Firm is pleased to be an excellent choice for clients in a wide range of situations and with all types of legal needs. We take great pride in providing clients with big firm results, along with small firm care and support. When you choose The Fetty Firm, you’re betting on experience, dedication, and a true commitment to excellence.
General Overview of Estate Planning
The Fetty Firm is pleased to be able to offer personalized attention when you need to create an estate plan that is comprehensive for both you and your particular circumstances. If you have yet to take care of your estate planning, you should get the matter over with as soon as possible. For parents, at a minimum, you should have a designation of a guardian and a will. Generally speaking, everyone needs to have an estate plan in place to ensure that their final wishes are properly met. Fortunately, our experienced attorney can help you draft your wills, trusts, and other important documents you may need. We provide assistance for the following:
An advanced directive/living will gives doctors and caregivers the instructions for the type of end-of-life medical treatments that you do or don’t want if you are ever unable to give the instructions yourself. Keep in mind that these instructions can include do not resuscitate orders and instructions on organ donations. By creating a comprehensive estate plan and advanced directive document now, you’ll ensure that your wishes are carried out. Additionally, you’ll also prevent potential problems for your loved ones. In case you didn’t know, living wills typically cover:
- Resuscitation, such as electric shock to the heart or CPR
- Breathing machines
- Tube feeding
- Palliative care
- Organ donations
Powers of Attorney
At the core of any type of estate planning is trust. It is important to know who you really trust when it comes to making decisions in your best interest if you are unable to do so. Whoever it is you trust, the person you choose as your power of attorney will have the authority to make decisions regarding important matters. As such, you should aim to choose someone that knows you pretty well and is well aware of your wishes.
A power of attorney will appoint the person chosen to handle your affairs in the instance that you can’t do so yourself due to sickness or another reason. By creating a power of attorney now, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your well-being will be handled by someone you chose, and not someone chosen by someone else.
In the case that you pass away, you don’t want a judge determining who becomes the guardian of your children. As such, you should make sure to designate a guardian for your children for the event of you becoming incapacitated or pass away. Designating a guardian is one of the most important aspects of estate planning. Therefore, you should aim to deal with this aspect as soon as possible.
Contact Us Today
If you are interested in learning more about our estate planning services, contact us at your earliest convenience. You can reach Rashelle Fetty and The Fetty Firm by calling (241) 546-5746. Moreover, you can learn more about our TX Estate Attorney and our services by visiting our estate planning webpage.