Why Factoring Long-Term Care Into Your Estate Plan Pays Off

For most people, thinking about estate planning means focusing on what will happen to their money after they pass away. But that misses one pretty significant consideration: the need to plan for long-term care. The last thing any of us want to contend with when a health issue arises later in life … [Read more...]

3 Decidedly Dumb Ways to Leave an Inheritance for Your Children

Estate planning offers many ways to leave your wealth to your children, but it’s just as important to know what not to do. Here are some things that are all-too-common, but textbook examples of what not to do or try.... “Oral Wills” If you feel you have a good rapport with your family or don't … [Read more...]

What Is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is, at its essence, simply the plan for how you wish your assets to be distributed upon your death. A common misconception is that estate planning is for older or wealthier individuals; however, everyone can benefit from estate planning. Your College Station estate planning attorney … [Read more...]

How Much Is Estate Tax?

Your estate will be subject to federal estate tax if your assets are greater than the minimum allowable at the year of your death. Estate taxes can eat away at the amount that you leave your beneficiaries—as much as one-third to one-half of the estate! A College Station estate planning attorney can … [Read more...]

Integrated Estate Planning

Your College Station estate planning attorney understands that often a client’s main concern when planning disposition of an estate is making sure that assets are available to heirs upon his passing. However, an optimal estate plan takes into consideration much more than this. A College Station … [Read more...]