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Every individual’s situation is unique, and a will should reflect your specific wishes and needs. If you die without a properly executed Last Will and Testament, your property passes according to the laws of the State of Texas. That division of your estate may be contrary to your wishes. Creating a will offers peace of mind, knowing that your wishes will be followed after your passing. It allows you to take control of your estate plan and make important decisions regarding your assets and the well-being of your loved ones.

Do not be fooled by advertisements for preparing your will using one-size-fits-all software available on the Internet.  DIY wills or using online templates can lead to errors or ambiguities that may render your will invalid or cause confusion during the probate process resulting in significant expenses. Also to be noted, leaving your estate to minor children can be complicated and, if not properly documented, your heirs could face substantial problems and expenses.

Experienced attorneys have the expertise to draft a will with clarity and precision, minimizing the risk of misinterpretation or legal challenges. An attorney can work closely with you to understand your assets, family dynamics, and desired distribution of your estate. Your will can be customized to address specific concerns, such as providing for minor children and charitable bequests.

Sell Griffin McLain has assisted hundreds of people in the preparation of a Last Will and Testament which will be legally recognized by courts in the State of Texas and which will be comprehensive, and tailored to your specific goals. We are ready to serve you with your personal estate planning needs.