Ensure your wishes are carried out.
Nobody likes to talk about death, but proper estate planning ensures your wishes are carried out after your passing, your assets are distributed to the parties of your choosing, and allows your loved ones to focus on navigating their grief instead of navigating the probate courts.
Lovelace Law, P.C. conducts a wide array of estate planning and probate services for its clients.
Overall estate planning usually begins with the creation of a will or revocable trust along with powers of attorney for health care and financial management and advance directives to physicians.
Throughout this process you and your family can benefit from the guidance of a skilled estate planning attorney. The firm handles the following estate planning services:
- Asset Protection
- Elder Law
- Estate Tax Minimization
- Family Limited Partnerships/LLCs
- General Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Powers of Attorney
- Limited Powers of Attorney
- Living Wills
Coping with the emotional impact of the death of a loved one is difficult enough without having to face the legal aspects associated with administering an estate.
The process of administering an estate is not always routine or amicable. Families may disagree about distribution plans or even the content of the documents. We use mediation, settlement, or probate litigation when necessary to help families clarify the terms of a loved one’s will, trust, or power of attorney. And we work with you to resolve any disputes over these documents.
At Lovelace Law, P.C., our probate administration experience spans a wide range of legal matters including asset protection, estate tax minimization, wills, trusts and powers of attorney.
Attorney Jennifer Lovelace leads our probate practice. She has knowledge of, and deep insight into, the estate and probate laws of Texas. She can help you secure assets, deal with tax matters and handle all aspects of the probate process.
Probate laws in the state of Texas are designed to ensure that the deceased’s creditors get paid, that property and assets are properly distributed to heirs, and that any disputes arising out of the estate are resolved.
For a free initial consultation with a Fort Worth or Burleson probate attorney from Lovelace Law, P.C., contact us at 817-953-9656.