Gain Peace of Mind by Creating an Estate Plan
Many people put off estate planning, but by taking a few simple steps today, you can spare yourself significant stress and worry in the future. At Turkett Law Office, PLLC, we are committed to achieving the estate planning goals of clients in Fort Worth, Keller, Alliance, and throughout surrounding areas. Attorney Stephen Turkett has extensive experience handling estate planning matters and is committed to helping clients make sound decisions regarding their assets and their futures.
Comprehensive Estate Planning Guidance
We are here to help you with all of your estate planning needs, including establishing:
- A will: A last will and testament allows you to designate how your wealth and assets will be distributed after death. If you have minor children, you can also use a will to designate a guardian who will take care of them if you are no longer able to.
- Trusts: Trusts are valuable estate planning tools that can perform many functions, including protecting assets and setting aside wealth and property for a person with special needs. Trusts can also avoid probate by allowing certain types of property to change hands without going through probate.
- Powers of attorney: By establishing a power of attorney, you can designate a trusted person to make financial or medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated.
- Advance health care directives: By establishing an advance health care directive or living will, you can make your wishes known regarding certain types of medical treatment, sparing your loved ones from vexing decisions if you become incapacitated.
At our law firm, experienced estate planning attorney, Stephen Turkett, will work with you personally to help you understand how these legal tools can be used to protect your assets and your wishes.
Estate Planning Needs With An Experienced Lawyer
To learn more about how we can help you establish an estate plan in Texas, contact our Fort Worth law offices at 817-769-2750 or online by filling out our brief contact form below.