Serving Families in Arlington, Irvine and the Entire Fort Worth Metro Area
Do you really need a will if you have a spouse and children? Absolutely. The purpose for a last will and testament is fairly obvious. They can vary greatly, however, depending on whether the estate is subject to federal estate taxes. They can also vary greatly depending upon the circumstances of the families involved. For example, if one of the children and beneficiaries is incapacitated or a spendthrift, then you might want to take extra precautions to protect your estate. Most wills are fairly straightforward and simple, however, if the need arises, we can prepare wills that are quite complicated. Some will include trusts that are necessary to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled.
Flat Fees for Drafting a New Will or Updating Your Existing Will
The Bob Leonard Law Group, P.L.L.C., offers a full range of estate planning services, beginning with the very basic will. If you are a resident of Tarrant County, Denton County, Parker County, Hood County, Ellis County, Wise County or Johnson County, Texas, contact us to arrange a consultation at our Fort Worth office. If you cannot come to our office, we will make arrangements to come to your home or other location convenient for you and your family, including the hospital.
One Story About Our Commitment
One of our attorneys recently visited the home of an elderly woman, who was dying of cancer. Meeting with the family, we wrote a detailed will that included all of her last wishes regarding her children and grandchildren. At the end, the dear woman was exhausted, but happy that everything was neatly taken care of. We only collected our usual reasonable flat fee for our services that day; the feeling of providing peace of mind for her and her family was worth a million dollars to us.
Our service area includes communities throughout the following North Texas counties:
Tarrant County · Denton County · Parker County · Hood County · Ellis County · Johnson County · Wise County
If you don't have a will, it is never too early or too late to get one drafted. From offices in Fort Worth, our lawyers provide estate planning advice and representation for clients in communities throughout Tarrant County, Denton County, Parker County, Hood County, Ellis County and Johnson County, Texas. Call us at 817-336-8500 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a consultation with an experienced Fort Worth, Texas, wills attorney today.