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Why estate planning is important for Texas residents

A survey conducted revealed that only 35 percent of individuals have created a will. Proper estate planning may play a vital part in the distribution of assets. Estate planning can also make a difference in whether surviving Texas family members are involved in a bitter dispute upon death.

Steps for well-thought-out estate planning for Texas residents

Estate planning is an important function for most families. Estate planning allows Texas residents to designate how their assets are to be distributed and to whom. There are certain recommended steps to be taken for an estate plan.

Texas families benefit from estate planning instead of promises

Making verbal promises for asset transfers do not hold up once a person is deceased. Failure to do proper estate planning can result in the state of Texas stepping in to choose how assets will be distributed. Any person can create an estate plan regardless of how much or how little he or she has.

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