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Why You Should Hire an Estate Planning Attorney

If you don’t already have an estate plan in place, there’s never a better time to start on one than right now. You might think that you’re too young, healthy, or don’t have enough money to think about estate planning right now. It’s an unfortunate myth that estate plans are only for some people when in fact everyone should have something planned for the future. By taking advantage of Aria Law PLLC’s estate planning services in San Antonio, however, you can help your loved ones avoid dealing with an intestate estate and all of the complications it presents.

If you suddenly pass away from an injury or illness without plans for your estate, it will enter probate court as an intestate estate. This means your state’s laws will determine which of your immediate relatives (spouse, children, parents, and siblings) can inherit your property and how much they’re entitled to inherit.

Most people want to avoid this scenario not just because they want to divide their estate according to their preferences, but because it can create a costly, time-consuming, and confusing process for their family to navigate. If you have minor children, probate court is also tasked with assigning them to a guardian because you left no preferences for whom you wish to care for your kids. Sometimes, this guardian can be a relative you don’t trust – or even a stranger.

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Why You Should Hire an Estate Planning Attorney

If you don’t already have an estate plan in place, there’s never a better time to start on one than right now. You might think that you’re too young, healthy, or don’t have enough money to think about estate planning right now. It’s an unfortunate myth that estate plans are only for some people when in fact everyone should have something planned for the future. By taking advantage of Aria Law PLLC’s estate planning services in San Antonio, however, you can help your loved ones avoid dealing with an intestate estate and all of the complications it presents.

If you suddenly pass away from an injury or illness without plans for your estate, it will enter probate court as an intestate estate. This means your state’s laws will determine which of your immediate relatives (spouse, children, parents, and siblings) can inherit your property and how much they’re entitled to inherit.

Most people want to avoid this scenario not just because they want to divide their estate according to their preferences, but because it can create a costly, time-consuming, and confusing process for their family to navigate. If you have minor children, probate court is also tasked with assigning them to a guardian because you left no preferences for whom you wish to care for your kids. Sometimes, this guardian can be a relative you don’t trust – or even a stranger.

Our Estate Planning Services in San Antonio

Aria Law PLLC offers clients a variety of helping services that can round out an existing estate plan or create an entirely need one. We strive to go above and beyond for our clients, which is why we offer flat fees and payment plans to help them afford the plan they need to secure their family’s future.

What Does an Estate Planning Attorney Do?

Our experienced estate planning lawyers can help you build an plan that includes the following:

If you need any of these or another kind of estate planning document drafted, reach out to Aria Law PLLC to learn more about our firm’s full capabilities.

Do You Need an Estate Plan?

It is a good idea to have an estate plan at any point in your adult life. Creating a plan sooner rather than later is best because after an individual turns 18, they are responsible for more things such as finances, property and healthcare, and dependents, To ensure that all matters are taken care of after your passing, it is best to update your plan every 3 - 5 years to ensure that the plan remains consistent with any life changes.

Things to consider when creating an estate plan include:

  • Finances
  • Property
  • Financial security and guardianships for dependents
  • Distribution of money and assets

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What Makes Us Different?
  • Accessibility

    We serve clients in-person and virtually, 24/7 availability over the phone, and both English and Spanish speaking services.

  • Strategic Knowledge

    We understand that your future is on the line, so we help clients make wise, strategic decisions about their estate plans.

  • Resourcefulness

    One of the cornerstones of Aria Law's practice is being a useful resource to clients and educating the public about the estate planning.

  • Affordability

    Because we believe that estate planning is for everyone, we offer flat fees and payment plan options.

Contact Us for a Consultation

If you think it’s time to create an estate plan or make adjustments to an existing one, reach out to Aria Law PLLC for legal assistance. We offer each potential client a free initial consultation so they can tell us their need for legal services and hear how we can help them accomplish their goals.


Schedule your wealth counsel session with Aria Law PLLC by getting in touch with us today. Reach out by calling (210) 960-9996 or contacting us online!


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