Estate Planning

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Cory Krueger - April 03, 2018

What To Know About Heirship In Texas

Most people think determining heirship is a simple process, and in some states it is, but in Texas, the laws regarding heirship are much more complex. Heirship is incredibly important when an individual passes away without leaving a will. A court will determine the legal heirs of the deceased’s estate so that the items contained therein can be passed on to them. So how does a court determine heirship?

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Cory Krueger - March 26, 2018

Should You Create A Will Or Trust?

When you begin your estate planning, you’re going to make a few key decisions that can greatly impact your assets. When determining how your assets will be divided, you will first need to decide if you need a will, a trust, or both.

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Cory Krueger - March 20, 2018

Five Things To Know About Living Wills

Living wills are incredibly useful for people all ages. Even if you are young and in good health, you should consider creating a living will. A living will allows an individual to dictate end of life care should an accident or illness leave them incapacitated. Living wills can also protect family members from having to make difficult decisions about your medical care because the living will states your wishes.

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Cory Krueger - June 12, 2017

Power of Attorney vs. Living Will: What’s the Difference and Do You Need Both?

Estate planning can be an overwhelming process without the help of an attorney. Many Texans are unaware of the difference between a power of attorney and a living will – and both documents are extremely important for end of life care. To understand whether you need a power of attorney, living will, or both, you need to understand their subtle differences.

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Cory Krueger - June 12, 2017

7 Types of Trusts You Need To Know About

Estate planning is not quick process. There are many details that need to be addressed to ensure your wishes are observed after your passing and your assets are distributed how you want. Many people choose to set up a trust for their assets after their passing because it has several advantages over a will, but not all trusts are created equal.

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