New Video: “Handwritten Wills in Texas”

Check out the video below in which Texas wills attorney Isaac Shutt shares how to get a valid Texas Last Will and Testament for FREE without an estate planning attorney. All you need is a couple of minutes, a piece of paper, and a pen!

Texas Law allows us to get a completely free last will and testament. Learn how to create a handwritten will in just a few minutes. It’s always best to talk with an attorney about important things like estate planning, and the estate planning attorneys at Shutt Law Firm would love to help you!

Visit www.ShuttLawFirm.com And, if you’d like to get started with a Texas estate planning attorney NOW, we offer an option for getting started virtually. Check it out! www.MyTXEP.com

 

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To ask a legal question or get legal help from the Texas estate planning attorneys and probate attorneys at Shutt Law Firm, use the online contact form, schedule a Texas estate planning consultation, or call (214) 302-8197.

Visit www.ShuttLawFirm.com for more information on a  Texas last will and testament, Texas handwritten will (called “Texas holographic will”, or other Texas estate planning documents, contact the Richardson Estate Planning Attorneys at office@shuttlawfirm.com.

Shutt Law Firm’s office is conveniently located just north of Dallas, Texas, and just South of Plano. The law office is near the intersection of highway 75 and Arapaho Road in Richardson, TX.

 

You can also call Shutt Law Firm at (214) 302-8197 for more information on the topic discussed in this article or to discuss a different legal matter.

Please consider the Shutt Law Firm if you want to know about how to get a trust in Texas, more about a Texas Last Will and Testament, or you need Dallas Estate Planning Attorneys serving Richardson, Plano, Allen, McKinney, Garland, Addison, Rockwall, TX, Collin County, Dallas County, or surrounding North Texas area.

 

DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this brief article constitutes legal advice. The information provided herein is merely provided in the spirit of education and is believed to be accurate as of the time it was originally prepared, and laws change. If you have a legal question, you should consult a lawyer for your specific legal situation. Further, nothing in this article shall be construed to have started an attorney-client relationship. No such relationship exists until both you and and an attorney at Shutt Law Firm sign an engagement letter.