Protecting Your Interests With Individualized Wills

A will is one of the fundamental estate planning tools. It is generally the document that illustrates your wishes for your family and your assets after death. It is understandable that not many people want to think about what will happen after they are gone, but it is essential to create a will and estate plan to reduce your present stress, as well as your family’s future stress.

Law Office of Jon R. Disrud can help you organize your affairs. Our estate planning attorney has over 30 years of experience assisting clients around Texas to create individualized estate plans that meet their unique needs. We take the time to understand your goals, so we can help you achieve them. Our firm has a reputation for trustworthy service, and we always strive to provide clients with dedicated advocacy.

What A Will Can Do For You And Your Family

It is important to establish a valid will. If an individual passes without making a will, they die intestate. This means that the Texas probate courts take control over the distribution of their assets and property. This can put a significant amount of strain on your loved ones and leave them facing legal disputes and challenges.

When you craft your own will, you have control over many details, including:

  • How your assets are distributed
  • Who the beneficiaries are, and what they will inherit
  • Who is responsible for distributing your assets
  • Who will serve as a guardian for minor children

We can help you create a will that meets your needs and goals. It is also important to work with an attorney who understands Texas estate planning laws to ensure your will is valid. Our lawyer can assist you with all estate planning matters, including adjusting and updating your will and establishing trusts.

At Law Office of Jon R. Disrud, we also provide comprehensive legal services to active and retired military service members. Our founding attorney has extensive military legal experience as both a military lawyer and a retired service member himself. It is important for military service members to create a will to protect their family’s best interests, their benefits and their own assets in the event of their passing.

Contact Us Today To Discuss Your Estate Planning Goals

We invite you to arrange a free consultation with a knowledgeable lawyer today. Call our San Antonio office at 210-569-0581 or email our firm.