Texas Wills and Trusts Attorney
If you don’t have an estate plan to identify the distribution of assets upon death, you will want to talk with an experienced lawyer, one who can help you understand the many different options available to ensure the orderly distribution of your estate. Don’t be fooled by websites offering what seem to be easy ways to complete this important task. Most are not state-specific and often won’t help you meet the requirements in Texas.
At the offices of Marilyn G. Miller, Attorney at Law, we have assisted people throughout the Hill Country in Central Texas with estate planning matters for more than 25 years. Attorney Marilyn G. Miller is a Certified Elder Law Attorney,and has practice experience that helps her identify the advantages and disadvantages of the different estate planning strategies, so you can create a plan that distributes your property according to your wishes.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced estate planning attorney, contact our office or call us in Dripping Springs at 512-894-0319.
Dripping Springs Estate Planning Attorney
When you hire us to prepare your estate plan, we will start by gathering as much information as we can about your financial situation, as well as your objectives. We will carefully explain the different options to you, from the use of wills and trusts to the retitling of assets to avoid probate or making lifetime gifts.
Once you have determined the approach that best meets your needs, we will prepare and execute all the documents necessary to put your plan in place, including:
We work with people from all walks of life and from all socio-economic backgrounds, including non-traditional couples, such as LGBTQ or same-gender couples.
Don’t avoid estate planning because of concerns about the cost! It’s not the price of acting that is the most expensive, but the cost of inaction.
To discuss your estate planning needs with an experienced attorney, contact us or call our office in Dripping Springs at 512-894-0319. We will travel to meet with you to discuss estate planning matters, if necessary. If you retain us to prepare your estate plan, any charges for the initial consultation may be used to offset the cost of your plan. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are welcome.