The other day, a client called our office and presented an interesting question. The client asked if he could purchase a Will Package for his daughter and her husband. We thought what a great idea!
There is no better gift you can give your family than making sure their assets and children are taken care of and protected. We told our client that was the perfect gift and it would be our honor to accommodate.
We spoke with him about the different options included in our Will Packages and even discussed his own estate planning documents.
You can give the gift of a Will Package to your recently married son, a dear friend, or your parents. If you know your parent or grandparent is in need of a Will but hasn’t done a thing about it, surprise them this Christmas so they can be prepared.
As you may know, there are many reasons why an estate plan is needed, including but not limited to:
- Protecting assets for future generations from creditors and predators.
- Choosing who will be in charge of health decisions, childcare, and finances in the event of incapacity or disability.
- Choosing who cares for minor children upon death.
- Choosing how an estate is to be distributed, including personal items.
- Maintaining family harmony.
Proper planning of your estate will protect what you have worked so hard for during your lifetime. Without an estate plan, the Court and the State of Texas will make these decisions for you.
Be merry and stay merry this Christmas knowing you’re giving your family one of the best gifts you can possibly provide…piece of mind.
Estate planning, no matter what age you are, is a responsible thing to do for you and your family. So this holiday season, if you’re on the hunt for a unique and thoughtful Christmas present, consider giving the gift of protection with a Will Package.
Without an estate plan, the court and the state of Texas will make these decisions for you. Be merry and stay merry this Christmas knowing you’re giving your family one of the best gifts you can possibly provide.
Do You Need The Guidance Of An Experienced Estate Planning Attorney?
If you find yourself thinking more and more about how to preserve your assets for your family you should speak with an experienced estate planning attorney as soon as possible. Contact us online or call our Dallas office directly at 214.559.7202.