Denton County Estate Planning Attorney
Estate Planning | A Service to Your Family

Many people put off the idea of making a will and other estate planning documents. Sometimes people don’t want to go through the hassle, or they feel that they don’t have a lot of money so it’s not worth it. In other cases, people simply don’t like thinking about planning for the end of their lives — it can be an uncomfortable topic. It is important to realize, however, that establishing a clear and effective estate plan is a tremendous service to your family and other loved ones.

A well-drafted estate plan can help you:

  • Retain control: If you do not establish your wishes for your wealth, the court will determine how your wealth is distributed, leaving you no control over these decisions.
  • Help your family: Establishing a good estate plan communicates your desires clearly, making the estate administration process much easier and protecting your family from having to go through a contentious will contest that can tear a family apart.
  • Make your wishes clear: Especially with a good health care directive, your family will not have to agonize over difficult health care decisions as your ability to communicate your wishes begins to decline.

Stephen E. Dubner is a Denton County estate planning lawyer who has helped many Texas clients establish a clear and effective estate plan.

Estate Planning Essentials

We can help you get all of your basic estate planning documents drafted and executed:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Health care directives

Although there are other estate planning options, for most people, these basic documents are all that is needed for an effective and comprehensive estate plan.

Contact a Lewisville Lawyer Handling Wills and Powers of Attorney | 214-257-8818

At the Law Office of Stephen E. Dubner, we take pride in our commitment to client service. One way that we can serve you is through a free initial consultation. If you are apprehensive at all about making an estate plan, you can sit down with a lawyer and talk over your finances. This could help you learn about the process and its benefits to you and your family. Either call 214-257-8818 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.