The Law Office of Rachel Li, offers a full range of services to help you with all of your estate planning and probate needs.
From offices in Plano, we represent clients in courts in Collin County, Denton County and Dallas County, Texas. Call 214-616-3684 to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Texas estate planning and probate services lawyer. You may also use our email contact form to submit a brief description of your legal needs and request an office consultation. We cannot give legal advice over the phone.
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A properly drafted estate plan can protect your assets for your family members when you die. It can also be used to manage your estate in the event you become unable to care for yourself or make decisions about your finances because of disability or illness. Everyone should have an estate plan so their assets and families are treated according to their wishes rather than by formula through the probate court.
Wills, Drafted And Revised
Reasons you should have a will:
- You decide how to distribute your possessions upon your death.
- Your life-circumstances may have changed since you wrote your will.
- Laws may have changed since you signed your last will.
- It takes more work and time for an attorney to probate your estate when there is no will, so more of your money will go to an attorney and court costs.
- If you have children under the age of 18, you can designate who you want as their guardian.
There are challenging times in your life when you will need a trusted legal advisor to help you choose the best path. When you face difficult decisions. We will be there to offer you a reasoned and informed strategy. We can help you understand the various revocable and irrevocable trusts available to help you protect your family legacy for future generations.
The death of a family member or friend is often difficult to handle, and you may be required to make a number of important decisions concerning his or her estate at a time when you are also trying to deal with strong emotions. We can assist you in choosing and carrying out appropriate courses of action regarding the estate.
Whether there is a will or not, we can help you understand the requirements of Texas probate law and how these affect you in your particular circumstance. If you are designated as an executor or executrix of a will, we can advise you on carrying out those duties.
Plano, Texas, Estate Planning And Probate Lawyer
Call 214-616-3684 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation. Our office is located in Plano, with convenient access on and off I-75. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. We practice with integrity and have responsible billing policies based on a competitive fee structure. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover for your convenience.