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Last Will and Testament

Important Considerations


Wills can take a variety of forms and can be used for a variety of purposes in Texas. In general, a Will
is used to make clear how a person wants their assets divided at the time of their death, who will be in charge of paying any debts and distributing assets (
your Executor and/or your Trustee), and who
​will be responsible for your minor children.

Traditionally, a Will has been the foundation of any estate plan. It is a highly customizable document and should reflect your goals and objectives for your assets and for your beneficiaries use of their inheritance from you.


Your Will should be drafted as part of your overall plan. Amaral Tellawi Law offers a reasonably priced Complete Estate Planning Portfolio designed to meet the needs of most people. In addition to your Will, you should consider important Healthcare documents as part of your personal planning. Those include the appointment of disability agents to make medical or financial decisions, the nomination of guardians and the making of decisions about life-sustaining efforts. To read more about Healthcare Documents, click here. 

When appropriate, we will also discuss structuring trusts, and life insurance as a part of your overall estate plan. You can read more about Wills vs. Trusts here.

Do you have a current will?
Are you unsure who to appoint as your Executor or Trustee?
Have you been married, divorced, or widowed?
Do you have a new baby in the family?
Are you unsure who to appoint as Guardian for your children?
Have you recently received an inheritance?
Did you recently acquire a
business?
Are you interested in reducing your overall tax liability?
​Did you acquire property outside the state of Texas?


If you answered "yes" to any of the questions above, you should schedule a consultation with a qualified estate planning attorney at Amaral Tellawi Law today.  


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