The Importance of Guardianship Designations in Estate Planning

A Designation of Guardianship serves two essential purposes. First, it allows you to designate a person to act as your guardian should you become incapacitated, and second, it allows you to designate a guardian to any minor children or children with special needs in case of your premature death. Each of these purposes presents a lot to think about and so it is worth looking at them separately.

The Many Forms of Texas Probate

In the after math of losing a loved one, nobody relishes the experience of navigating a complex, often trying legal process. This said, not all probate experiences are equal. Depending on the process required for your case, the experience can be relatively painless, especially if you entrust an experienced attorney to guide you through the many steps.