My husband and I have no other family, do we still need a Will?

Although the Texas law assumes that a deceased spouse's assets will pass to the other spouse when no Will is present, it is always recommended that you have a Will.

There are many variables that are considered when a Will is prepared that may not be considered otherwise. A Will ensures your assets will be distributed according to your terms.

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.

Lori Ashmore Peters
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Helping Dallas area families with all of their legal Estate Planning, Probate and Business Planning needs.