Wills and Probate
Wills and Probate Attorneys: Protecting Your Estate from Life’s Uncertainties
Managing your estate, no matter the size, is an important responsibility for individuals of any age. Passing on without a will (in the courtroom this is known as intestacy) can be a headache for your family, and it causes unnecessary challenges and uncertainties as your family attempts to navigate the probate process.
The will and probate attorneys at the Jim Ross Law Group offer legal counsel to secure your estate and protect your interests now and in the event that you may not be capable of doing so yourself. Call our law office in Arlington, Texas at 817-275-4100 to schedule a free consultation.
Don’t be one of the many who passes away without a will. Our will and probate attorneys offer affordable estate planning packages for estates of any size, and we have the resources required to develop wills for even the most complex high-value estates, where taxes are a particularly weighty consideration. Properly planning your estate with a well-crafted will is an important matter for any age.
A living will ensures that your life is handled in the way that you wish, should you become unable to make decisions for yourself. Prevent uncertainty and strife amongst family members attempting to make the decisions on your behalf by speaking with a wills attorney at the Jim Ross Law Group, P.C.
Probate (Including Guardianships)
If you’ve been named the executor of a will or guardian of an estate or person, you have quite a bit of responsibility that you might not know how to handle. The counsel of a probate attorney can be invaluable in such a situation. We’re experienced in matters of probate and guardianship, and we offer compassionate, intelligent counsel.
Power of Attorney
Powers of attorney are similar to living wills but they also allow other people to make decisions for you even if you aren’t incapacitated. Powers of attorney are a powerful tool for estate planning and management, and many people seek additional security in their lives by granting powers of attorney upon a decline in decision-making abilities due to health or age.