Estate Planning in Denton County
Estate planning in Denton County involves creating a strategy to preserve and manage your assets during your life and then to competently and efficiently distribute this wealth upon your death. Estate Planning accomplishes personal and family goals while minimizing the stress and complications of financial and legal affairs.
An estate is defined by any and all assets of value including, real and personal property, business interests, insurance proceeds, investments, and even personal effects. These assets can be owned exclusively by you or shared jointly with others. An “estate plan” typically pertains to the method in which your estate is bestowed to your loved ones following your death. An estate plan can also address other issues such as creating trusts and naming a guardian for you minor children in the event of your death.
- Revocable Living Trusts
- Last Will and Testament/Probate
- Lifetime Gifting
- Joint Ownership
- Beneficiary Designations
- Life Estates
Experienced Estate Planning Attorney
Conflicts and contention usually arise when the means of distributing an estate are not clearly defined and carried out. With a well-drafted estate plan, you can ensure that your estate passes to whom you want, when you want, and in the manner you’ve chosen, sparing your loved ones costly probate proceedings and other public processes. Contact our office today online or by phone at 972.591.0099 to find out more and schedule a confidential consultation.