Forney Texas Will and Estate Planning Lawyer

You need a will to protect your family and your life’s work. Without a will your estate could end up in year of probate litigation, or subject to unnecessary taxes and penalties. We can make a plan to protect your children and help your family in the event you are injured or incapacitated. Our Forney, Texas Wills and Estate Planning team has the experience you need to create a will or trust that will protect your estate and allow your wishes to be carried out regarding your assets.

When you should consider writing a will?

Many of our clients wait until retirement to start thinking about estate planning. However, we encourage clients who are starting a family or getting married to also consider how their loved ones would be impacted without the protection of a will. We tell people that you need a will for the same reasons, and at the same time, that you need life insurance. If you are considering a wills or estate planning issue we offer free confidential consultations at our Forney and Rockwall office. Call today and let us go over your options.

Our Forney estate planning lawyers have decades of probate of estate planning experience. Our lawyers have helped thousands of clients. We are not only the largest law firm in Kaufman County, we are also the highest rated and best reviewed.

Our Forney estate planning team will customize a solution for your situation. Every family and client is different, and we never offer you a one-size-fits-all solution. We have a variety of programs and services to help you including

  • Wills
  • Living Trusts
  • Medical Powers of Attorney
  • Directives to Physicians
  • Private Foundations
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Declaration of Guardians for Children
Texas Wills

There are many different kinds of wills and each serves a different purpose. In it’s most basic form a will is how you designate the division of your assets after death. A will can bestow gifts upon individuals, and a good will address any debts the estate has. Wills can also condition certain transfers of property to guarantee that your wishes are carried out. A will is only part of the estate planning process, but it is always a good place to start. Without a will your estate could be subject costly probate litigation and your assets could be divided in a way you would not choose.