If you’d like to use your time off over Thanksgiving getting starting on your estate planning, here is a link to a worksheet we provide our clients. You can simply fill it out and set up a time to meet with us to discuss your particular situation. We hope that you all have a Happy Thanksgiving.
This week of Thanksgiving, we here at The White Law Firm are giving thanks for all of you who voted for us as “Best Law Firm” in the 2015 Rockwall County Herald Banner poll. Once again, you selected us as the best law firm in Rockwall County, this time for the fourth year in a row. We cannot express how grateful we are to all of you. We pledge to work hard to keep your confidence in the coming year. In the meantime, we wish all of you a Happy
As each year comes to an end, we have clients who promise that “next year” will be the year that they sign a will. And, of course, as we get older, it becomes more likely that our families will benefit from knowing that their loved ones have a signed will, a statutory durable power of attorney, a medical power of attorney, and a directive to physicians (which some folks call a living will). There is still time to take care of your estate planning this year and make 2015 the
It is common for clients to bring us powers of attorney, wills, divorce decrees, and other documents that they have prepared themselves, with help from sources they have found on the internet. It is very rare that these forms are done well and even more rare that they actually meet all of the client’s needs. Here are some things to consider:
1. The laws of every state are different. What state’s laws were considered when that internet form was drafted? If it wasn’t Texas, then the odds that your form is