1. To arrange a will, a trust, or other estate planning tool to protect one’s assets for children and other beneficiaries.
2. To get help when someone else’s will and/or estate is not in order, leaving behind problems for children and/or beneficiaries.
Anyone with any level of assets will benefit from estate planning, not just the wealthy. When someone passes away having made a will or trust, his or her estate will be dealt with by state probate laws, which are not necessarily in accord with how that person would wish. There are many benefits of estate planning. When you work with a Dallas trusts and estates attorney at Sartin Law, you can be confident that you will be able to:
The Dallas wills and trusts attorneys at Sartin Law are committed to providing its clients with legal services of the highest quality with a personal, individualized approach to its representation. We pride ourselves in the accessibility of our experienced attorneys, and in the thoughtful manner we solve problems for our clients. Whether you are concerned about the validity of a will or trust, the conduct of an executor or trustee, an estate distribution, rules of inheritance, or would like help drafting your own will and/or trust, we have the knowledge and experience to guide you.
The trust and estates lawyers in Dallas at Sartin Law represent clients in all manner of probate cases. We provide families and individuals with the legal representation and counsel they need to protect their interests during probate proceedings. In addition, we offer the legal services an individual will need to protect themselves, their assets and provide for their loved ones in the future.