Helping You Prepare for the Future
Do you have an estate plan in the event of your death or incapacitation? It might be unpleasant to think about, but these are unfortunate realities that can significantly impact our families and loved ones.
The Law Office of Phillip M. Herr, PLLC can assist you in drafting an estate plan to ensure that your family is protected and that your assets are distributed according to your wishes. This Flower Mound estate planning lawyer is committed to helping your family achieve peace of mind knowing that your estate is squared away.
Call 469-423-5663 to get started on your estate plan today.
Estate Planning Services
With over 15 years of experience, Phillip M. Herr, Attorney at Law, knows how to draft a legally sound and effective estate plan. At Law Office of Phillip M. Herr, PLLC, Mr. Herr understands how to help clients reduce the worries of how their estate will be distributed in the future and achieve a promising future for their loved ones with an estate plan that best fits a client’s needs.
I can help you with:
- Testamentary trusts for minor children
- Last Will and Testament
- Physicians’ Directive
- Appointing an executer
What Is a Simple Will?
A simple will may be a sufficient means of addressing the distribution of all or most of your estate matters. Phillip M. Herr, Attorney at Law, can assist you in creating your simple will. As the author of your will, you are the “testator” or "testatrix.” The individual designated to represent your estate and to carry out the provisions in your will is the “executer” or "executrix.” You can also designate an independent administration of your estate to more easily navigate through the probate court, rather than a dependent administration which requires more court intervention.
The goal of the simple will is to provide instructions on how you would like your assets to be distributed after your death. You may also name guardians for your children in your will. Any property not addressed in your estate plan will be distributed according to Texas laws of intestacy.