Although wills and trusts sound similar, they serve different purposes.
A will is a legal document which must be signed and declared valid before your estate can be distributed. A trust is a legal arrangement which must be managed by a trustee.
Your will determines what happens to property and assets when you die. Trusts are about controlling what happens to certain money and assets even while you’re still with us.
Wills don’t take effect until you pass away. Trusts, on the other hand, can take effect immediately.
Chances are, your pets mean the world to you. If you’re worried about what happens to them if you pass on first, you can include them in your plan. A pet trust lets you provide for your pet financially when you pass away. You can decide, for example:
Tabor Law specializes in creating pet trusts. Contact us to discuss your needs in detail.
Every person’s situation is completely different. But we all have one thing in common: we can all benefit from estate administration.
Estate planning is not just for the rich. It’s for anyone with something – or someone – they love and cherish.
If you have any property or assets, you can control what happens to them when you pass over.
An estate attorney in Texas can help you create trusts or other deeds to meet your needs.
An estate plan offers you, your pets, and your loved ones various benefits.
Without an estate plan, Texas “intestate” laws determine what happens to your assets. Your wishes may not be respected – and your pets may suffer as a result.
An estate plan can help you avoid the costly and time-consuming probate process.
Death is a confusing and traumatic time for those left behind. An estate plan offers clarity and helps your loved ones move forward.
At Tabor Law, we put our clients – and their pets – first. We will help you ensure that every member of your family is properly cared for after your death. Whether you’re building an estate plan for the first time, or you want to update a trust, we can help.
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