Estate Planning in Tarrant County

Helping You Plan For The Future

Traci D. Hutton, PC helps families plan now so that they can avoid legal obstacles later on in life. Marriages, divorces, children, adoptions and illnesses - which are all a natural part of life - can and do pose potential legal obstacles when it comes to the rights and obligations of family members. In particular, changing circumstances can and do affect the appropriate or desired distribution of property, decision-making authority and finances. As such, a comprehensive estate plan which is adjusted to reflect your existing circumstances as you move through life is key to ensuring that your interests and those of your loved ones are protected.

Texas inheritance and estate law is a complex area of law fraught with many difficulties. As such, a significant part of our Grapevine, Texas, practice is devoted to helping clients with estate planning issues, including:

Comprehensive Estate Plan

We know that estate planning can be fraught with privacy concerns and we emphasize discretion when crafting estate planning documents that account for your present and future family circumstances. We will craft documents that select who will govern your estate in the event that you become gravely ill or make decisions on your behalf. An estate plan is far more than a will. Grapevine estate planning lawyer, Traci Hutton, helps clients craft robust estate plans that account for every eventuality.

Will Signing Ceremony

One of the most responsible things any adult can do is ensure that their wishes and directives are crystal clear and legally binding. For the clients of Traci Hutton, every completed will is capped off with a will signing ceremony which includes two independent witnesses and a notary. Our clients leave with an airtight legally enforceable will and the peace of mind that comes from knowing their wishes will be respected.

Control The Distribution Of Your Wealth

To find out more about how you can create an entire estate plan that accounts for all of your assets, please call 817-778-4543 or email our office.