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No matter the size of your estate or the value of your assets, comprehensive estate planning is important because the process involves much more than just your property. It can be used to establish instructions for your medical care, end-of-life arrangements and even who will care for your children, if necessary. To learn all of the ways estate planning can benefit you and your family, contact the Law Offices of Brett S. Charles, PLLC.
Local Bryan, TX, estate planning attorney, Brett S. Charles considers the needs of his clients and their families when creating wills and other estate planning documents. Should your situation involve the need for litigation, you can also rely on Mr. Charles to effectively represent you during probate or guardianship litigation. Call today to schedule your free 30 minute consultation with an experienced estate planning attorney in Bryan and College Station, Texas.
Even if you have a carefully crafted plan for your estate, the administering of your estate will go through the probate process. During this process, the designated executor will administer your estate according to your instructions. It is important that your executor has a thorough understanding of probate law as they are held legally responsible for the validity of the process.
There are numerous things to consider when deciding the best course of probate for you and your family. To learn more about the probate process, visit our Probate Law page and call the Law Offices of Brett S. Charles, PLLC. Schedule your free initial 30 minute consultation with a probate attorney in Bryan and College Station, Texas.
While estate administration is a major component of estate planning, it isn’t the only way estate planning can be used to benefit you and your family. Schedule your appointment with Bryan, Texas estate planning attorney, Brett S. Charles today to learn how effective estate planning can:
• Name an overseer of your estate and finances if you become unable to do so
• Establish legally-binding instructions for medical care/life support
• Specify who will care for your children if they need guardianship
• Create directives for final arrangements and how they will be paid for
To learn more about estate planning and the probate process and how it can benefit you and your family, explore our site then call the Law Offices of Brett S. Charles, PLLC. Your initial 30 minute consultation with an experienced, considerate estate planning attorney in Bryan, Texas is complementary, call today to schedule your appointment.