Simple Wills/POA

Many people find the process of estate planning or creating a will to be a tedious and less-than-enjoyable experience.

It is, nonetheless, an important part of your life.

At Zant Law Firm P.C., our goal is to make creating a will a pleasant and hassle-free process. We understand the delicate and emotional nature of estate planning, and we can help you create your will and establish certain elements therein with ease and confidence.

Creating a Simple Will

A will is a legal document that allows you to dictate who receives your property and assets when you die. The process of creating a will can also include creation of other specific elements of your estate plan, such as:

Establishing a trust
Naming an executor
Accounting for taxes that your beneficiaries may be responsible for.

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What about Power of Attorney (POA)?

As you create your will, you can also name a power of attorney, or POA. This is someone that you trust to make decisions on your behalf or in your name. For example:

Texas Requirements for Creating a Will

In the state of Texas, there are certain requirements that must be met in order for your will to be valid. These requirements include: