Wills

Regardless of wealth, age or family status, safeguarding your family’s financial security and recording your last will and testament is one of the most important decisions you can make. In the absence of a will, one's estate will be divided according to the Texas laws of succession. By creating a will, you ensure that your assets are distributed as you intend.

Askew Legal has the expertise to help you determine the best instruments to address your unique personal and financial circumstances.

      • Declaring your heirs and what each will inherit upon your death
      • Setting aside money or assets for a special needs child or charity
      • Creating powers of attorney to appoint the person(s) to administer your estate and make decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated
      • Creating a living will and health care power of attorney
      • Setting forth funeral and burial arrangements
      • Nominating guardians for minor children

For high net-worth or complex estates, Askew Legal Askew Legal has the expertise to help you determine the best instruments to address your unique personal and financial circumstances.

Once you have created a will, it needs to be updated with changes to your life such as marriages, divorces, deaths, asset changes and changes in your wishes. Remember, careful planning with the help of an experienced attorney, will save your family time and money in the future and ensure that your assets are protected.