Wills & Probate Administration

Wills & Probate Administration

Drafting a will is a very important process to ensure that your assets are properly distributed after your death. With no will present, a person’s belongings and assets will be distributed according to the Texas intestacy laws which can be unfavorable for many of your relatives and those that you intended to give your belongings to.

  • Texas recognizes handwritten wills (holographic wills) and typewritten wills (formal wills)
  • To execute a valid will in Texas, the testator (person creating the will) must meet the following requirements:
    1. be at least 18 years of age, or has been lawfully married, or is serving in the armed forces;
    2. be of sound mind at the time of execution of the will;
    3. the will must have been made voluntarily with no undue or fraudulently inducement; and
    4. the testator must have testamentary intent (present intent to give property away at death.

Please call our office today to schedule a consultation to discuss the possibility of creating your own will.

This instrument allows someone of your choice whether it be an attorney or another individual to make decisions regarding your personal property in case you cannot speak due to an injury or illness.

This instrument allows someone of your choice to make medical decisions on your behalf if you have been incapacitated due to illness or injury.

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2219 Sawdust Rd. Suite 102,
The Woodlands, TX 77380



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