Will, Power of Attorney, and Directive to Physician Preparation in Bryan/College Station, Texas and surrounding counties
Deciding how to dispose of your assets can be difficult and can have far reaching effects. The time to take care of these very important matters is now, otherwise, your loved ones may end up at odds with one another trying to decide what you would have wanted. Or, your assets will be disposed of by a court according to intestate law.
- Get the help you need with a Will from an estate planning professional
- Medical Power of Attorney, Statutory Durable Power of Attorney (financial decisions), Directive to Physicians (decisions related to life support)
Probate in Brazos County and Nine Surrounding Counties
- Losing a relative is one of the most trying circumstances to endure in our lives. Probate is the court process by which the assets of the deceased are distributed. This is done either by a Will, where the deceased designated how the assets would be distributed, or by the intestate laws of the state of Texas. Either way, the assets need to be appropriately distributed.
- Several probate mechanisms can come into play depending on whether or not the deceased had a will.
Please call The Law Office of Rod Mitchell, PLLC today to discuss your needs! We are local and will give you the competent and personal attention you deserve.