Estate Planning

Mooney Law Firm, PLLC assists clients with the preparation of basic estate planning documentation to provide assurance that a client’s estate will pass in accordance with the client’s desires. In addition, a properly drafted Last Will and Testament will select a person to serve as executor and, if necessary, guardian of minor children and may include a testamentary trust to receive assets distributable to minors. An accurately drafted and executed Last Will and Testament will provide the comfort of knowing that your wishes are properly described and the document is executed in accordance with Texas law requirements.

It is recommended that “Living Will” documents are prepared along with a Last Will and Testament to provide advanced planning for situations where you are unable to make decisions for yourself due to incapacity arising through an illness or injury. These documents typically include an Advanced Directive to Physicians, Medical Power of Attorney, General Durable Power of Attorney and HIIPA Release. By preparing, understanding and executing appropriate Living Will documentation, you will relieve your relatives from the burden of making difficult decisions on your behalf.

Preparation and execution of your estate planning documentation can be provided in most cases on a flat fee basis to provide cost assurance to our clients.

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