You do not want to wait until it is too late to begin planning for life’s unexpected occurrences. You will want to create an estate plan to decide who your beneficiaries will be and who will make decisions when you are unable to. Consult an attorney today to discuss your estate planning options.
Our lawyers at Brink & Bennett are interested in knowing you, your relationships with potential beneficiaries, and your financial and business interests. These are a few of the things we analyze before providing you with a customized estate plan.
Additional Provisions For Your Estate Plan
The basic part of an estate plan is the establishment of wills and/or trusts to ensure that your wishes are carried out upon your death. You and your beneficiaries may also benefit from having a trust incorporated into your estate plan.
Business Owners May Need Additional Provisions
Business owners face-sensitive goals that involve tax, estate planning and business law. Brink & Bennett addresses these issues together for existing businesses and during business creation.
When Assets Are Going Through Probate
If you are experiencing a delay in the processing of your benefits or the transfer of assets, one of our lawyers can represent you.
Contests And Estate Litigation
The attorneys at Brink & Bennett have extensive experience handling contests of wills and litigation. We have handled will contests, probate litigation, trustee liability and executor liability.
You Can Rely On Us For Any Of Your Estate Planning And Administration Needs In Texas
Do you have questions about living wills, trusts or other estate planning instruments? Get answers at a private consultation. Schedule your meeting with our Austin office by calling 512-643-3338. You can also schedule a consultation by email.