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A will and other estate planning documents

Are you one of our Texas readers? Are you concerned that your estate plan is not as foolproof as it could be? You shouldn't feel alone, as many people are in the same position as you. As your life goes by, it is easy to overlook the importance of an estate plan. Most people start by creating a will, but some stop there. They think this is enough, in many cases because they are not aware of there other options.

What is a general power of attorney?

It doesn't matter if you live in Texas or another state, there is nothing exciting about estate planning. As you make changes and create the necessary documents, you will have no choice but to think about the future. As you think about the future, thoughts of leaving your family behind will come to mind.

3 critical estate planning documents to consider

As one of our Texas readers, you have the right to do whatever you want, within reason, regarding your estate plan. This includes not creating a plan at all, and simply hoping that things work out for the best after you pass on. While this is not recommended, it is something that many people do.

Preserving assets for loved ones after your death

The estate planning process may differ from one state to the next, but our Texas readers share the same goal as those in other parts of the country. When it comes to preserving assets, there is nothing more important than a tight focus during the estate planning process.

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