Developing a Comprehensive Estate Plan

Estate planning involves taking certain actions and entering into certain legal documents that allow for your assets to be transferred after death in accordance with your wishes. These wishes can vary widely from person to person, but often include a desire to take care of immediate family members. While nobody likes to think about death, proper preparation now can help to preserve your assets and lessen the stress your family faces after your passing.

Too many individuals wait until they're facing a serious condition before considering what will happen to their estate. At Plunk Smith, PLLC, we encourage our clients to develop a comprehensive estate plan no matter their health, wealth or age.

Customized Estate Planning Documents for Every Client

At Plunk Smith, PLLC, we do not use a "one-size-fits-all" approach for our wills and estate planning documents. We recognize that your situation is unique and should be treated as such. We take the time to meet with you in person to discuss your goals, and we offer a variety of legal solutions to ensure that you receive the protection you need.

Asset Protection

Planning for the future means different things to different people. If you have a large estate or significant assets titled in your individual name, we encourage you to speak with an attorney to discuss the benefits of asset protection. By re-titling or segregating your assets, it is possible to obtain valuable protection from creditors, reduce your tax burden, and more efficiently pass on your estate at death.

Have You Relocated?

If you have worked with an attorney in another state, it is wise to learn more about the probate laws in Texas. It's possible that you made choices based on an assumption or legal understanding that is no longer accurate.

With years of experience, our estate planning experts have the skills to ensure all of your estate planning documents are legal and include everything you want.

Contact a Lawyer Today

When you want to ensure your matter is properly handled, call the trusted estate planning experts at Plunk Smith, PLLC. We can be reached by phone or email to schedule a consultation. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and we accept Check, Visa, MasterCard and American Express as payment for services. Our office is conveniently located in the heart of the Five Billion Dollar Mile in Frisco.