It couldn’t be easier to get a Last Will and Testament in Dallas, TX. Shutt Law Firm, PLLC offers an affordable way to get a Texas Last Will, Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, Declaration of Guardian, and many more essential estate planning documents. In fact, the law office provides all of the most popular estate planning documents in the Wills PLUS Planning Package.
How Do I Get A Will From The Attorney?
The estate planning attorney will draw up your Texas Last Will and Testament for just $400 (and just $600 for a couple). This flat-rate attorney fee is both affordable and all-inclusive. Even though the cost is reasonable, we don’t skimp on the estate planning serve at all. In fact, the attorney will:
- gather the necessary information from you
- create your Texas Last Will and Testament, and
- oversee the proper signing of your Last Will
The estate planning attorney, Isaac Shutt, has purposely reduced the price for Wills from his law office because Mr. Shutt believes that every Texan should at least have a Will.
Do Texans really need Wills? What does a Last Will and Testament really do?
- A Last Will and Testament names your executor (or “executrix”)
- names your beneficiaries
- states how you would like your funeral expenses to be paid, and
- lessens the cost of probate and estate administration.
If you don’t have a Last Will and Testament, the State of Texas has default laws that essentially provide a Will for you. Do you trust the Texas legislators to provide for your family the same way you would?
I Want The All-Inclusive Wills PLUS Planning Package – What Do I Get?
For a single flat-fee price, you will be provided with all the estate planning documents the average Texan would want, including a:
- Texas Last Will and Testament
- Durable General Power of Attorney (“financial power of attorney”)
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Declaration of Guardian
- “Living Will” (also known as “Advance Directives” or “Physician’s Directives”)
- Anatomical Gifts Form
- HIPAA Authorization Form
- Memorandum Regarding Personal Property
- Appointment of Agent for Disposition of Remains
- Letter of Instruction to your Executor or Executrix
Again, the estate planning lawyers at Shutt Law Firm have made getting all these documents as affordable and convenient as possible because we believe every Texan should have them. The estate planning documents in the all-inclusive package aren’t just for the wealthy–these are the staples that every Texan should consider.
In fact, if you are too busy to make multiple visits to the Richardson office, the attorney can handle most of the process with phone and e-mail. When your documents are ready, you can schedule an appointment to sign all the legal documents in the Richardson law office.
I Would Like A Trust Or Other Estate Planning Document
Schedule your estate planning consultation to discuss other estate planning documents, including a trust. For example, Shutt Law Firm provides clients many different kinds of Texas estate planning trusts, including:
- Living Trusts (also known as inter vivos trusts or revocable trusts)
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Life Insurance Trusts
- A/B Tax Planning Trusts (“Bypass Trusts”)
- NFA Trusts
- Charitable Contribution Trusts (GRATs, CRUTs, etc.)
The attorney can work with your financial adviser to meet the financial goals of your estate plan. Trusts can be used to minimize estate tax and to ensure family members have access to trust funds.
Schedule a Free Consultation with Dallas Estate Planning Attorney Isaac Shutt by using the online contact form or calling (214) 302-8197. A Shutt Law Firm attorney will assist with your Dallas Last Will and Testament, Living Trust, or other estate planning documents.
Mr. Shutt assists clients with Estate Planning in Dallas, TX, Richardson, Garland, Plano, Wylie, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, and surrounding North Texas towns. Shutt Law Firm is conveniently located in Richardson, TX, near the intersection of highway 75 and Campbell Road.