Handling Wills And Trusts For Families Just Like Yours
An estate plan is more than a will. Depending on your specific individual and family needs, you can ensure your loved ones’ future financial security with the combination of a last will and testament, revocable or irrevocable trust, medical or durable power of attorney and any other potentially useful estate planning tools.
The foresight you show today, in drafting or updating a will and establishing a trust, will clearly state your wishes for your assets’ destination, and spare your survivors the inconvenience of participating in the often complex, costly and lengthy probate process.
The experienced wills and trusts attorney who offers broad knowledge of estate plans and attentive personal service in Grapevine, Tarrant County and surrounding areas is Traci Hutton, founder of the office of Traci Hutton, Attorney At Law.
Years Of Experience With Texas Estate Law Issues
- Are you interested in using your will to transfer ownership and control of a closely held family business? Traci Hutton‘s background as a business owner can work to your advantage.
- Are you considering a trust to make funds available to a son, grandson, daughter or granddaughter in your absence? As your lawyer, Ms. Hutton attends to every detail and handles all documentation so you don’t have to.
- In addition to thorough research of your assets and sound legal guidance throughout the process, Traci Hutton contributes thoughtful one-on-one personal service that addresses any questions or concerns that may arise along the way.
As fitting recognition for your proactive move to remember your relatives’ needs ahead of time, your completed will is celebrated with a will signing ceremony attended by two independent witnesses and a notary. We want you to leave our Grapevine law office with a binding document — and the comfort of knowing that your wishes will be respected.