Engaged and need asset protection or insulation, from a potential divorce? Is this a late in life, second marriage for one or both of you, such that you both want assets to flow to your children and not necessarily your new spouse at your death? The marital laws that apply to your upcoming union can be written, not by the Texas Legislature and Texas Courts, but by you! Prenuptial agreements, and in some cases post-nuptial agreements, can be valuable planning tools. We have experience doing collaborative prenuptial agreements. Ask whether this process might work for you.
We aim to assist young and old with basic estate planning. We can also help you with a probate or guardianship matter. But most likely you need, and we can prepare at minimal cost a:
Durable Power of Attorney
Medical Power of Attorney & HIPAA Release
Or, if you have had everything prepared before but need or want changes to your Estate planning documents we may be able to assist.
Note on Digital Assets Language: if there is no provision for dealing with your Digital Assets — you need an update! Wills drafted as late as 2016 may not have a provision giving your Executor/POA the power to deal with your digital assets. Let’s get that updated!