- Does my spouse know our financial plans and where all of our accounts and life insurance policies are located?
- What about what I want for funeral plans?
- How do I take care of my assets for my minor children?
A will answers these questions for your loved ones.
Without a will, you will potentially subject your family to unneeded stress, delays, paperwork, and expense from the intestate probate process. A judge will decide who gets what according to Texas law, not according to your wishes.
A will can be a simple document, or it may contain many bequests and details. It can work hand-in-hand with other estate planning documents that you really should have to complete your estate plan and wealth management strategy.
Contact the Hailey-Petty Law Firm for a free, 30-minute in-person or phone consultation. It’s free! We can work with you to prepare your will and other estate planning documents to eliminate some of the stress for your family and friends after you pass away.
*Note: additional fees may apply for consultations longer than the allotted 30 minutes.
I grew up in the small town of Hallettsville, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio. I take pride in my ability to navigate through the legal process while maintaining a compassionate understanding for the feelings and intentions of those that I am privileged to help in the San Antonio community.
The city of San Antonio is special to me because it is where I met my husband and we started our own family. I’m a mother of two girls and being their mom is what is most special to me. I know how important it is to plan for the future and to protect our loved ones. I also know how difficult it is to go through the probate procedure after losing someone that you love. It is rewarding and I feel honored to help my clients as they make decisions that protect the people they care about the most.
I am a member of the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, The San Antonio Young Lawyers Association, and the San Antonio Bar Association.