Estate Planning When You Are Married with Children
Guide Your Children After You’re Gone with Our San Antonio Attorney
If you are married with children, you might expect the chain of inheritance to be simple and straightforward. Your spouse will make your medical and financial decisions if you are unable to make them yourself, and your husband, wife, and children will inherit your money and assets after you pass.
Unfortunately, this process is not automatic – and it is far from straightforward. As a result, probate courts are clogged with families questioning their loved one’s final wishes, and states and federal agencies have billions in unclaimed assets waiting for their rightful owners across the United States.
If you want your family to stay out of court after you pass away, you need to answer all the questions that may come up before you become incapacitated or die. Fortunately, you can do this with a well-thought-out estate plan. The documents you prepare with your estate planning lawyer will guide your family through your end-of-life affairs, so nothing gets overlooked.
Estate planning is especially important when you have a blended family with children from multiple marriages. If you don’t look ahead, the members of your family will often end up in conflict during an already difficult time.
Take care of your San Antonio family today by calling Aria Law PLLC at (210) 960-9996 for affordable estate planning services.
Protect Your Wealth
Whether you have many assets or you measure wealth in the health and happiness of your family, our San Antonio lawyer can help you protect what matters.
We can help you set up:
- Powers of attorney,
- Care for your minor children,
- And other documents that can help you protect your assets.
Choosing an experienced estate planning attorney also means your surviving spouse and children have someone who can help them through probate.
At Aria Law PLLC, we aim to serve our clients for life – and beyond! We remain accessible for you and your family’s needs, and we answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Whether you need basic education about estate planning or strategic knowledge to maximize your family’s wealth, our firm is here for you.
Plan for the future with a flat fee and get your vital documents in place today.
Call us at (210) 960-9996 or contact us online to get started with a consultation.