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Texas Wills & Probate Attorneys

Let Blanchard & Thomas Take Care of the Details

Nobody likes to think about the inevitable, but you can have peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will be cared for when that day comes. If you are looking for a Wills and Probate attorney in Texas, trust the legal team at Blanchard & Thomas. We will work with you on a personal level to provide a thorough understanding of what you and your family need to appropriately plan your estate. The sooner you get your affairs in order, the sooner you will have the satisfaction that comes with knowing that everything is in place.

Why Do I Need A Will

A Will is essentially a set of instructions that is carried out after your death. These instructions include how you wish to divide your assets and who you wish to name as guardian for any minor children you may have. As part of making a Will, you will name one or more executors who will oversee the carrying out of your instructions. Many times, the executor is a spouse, adult child, family member, or friend. If a major life event happens, you should consider updating your Will to reflect those changes.

The most important thing about having a Will is it ensures your wishes are followed after your death. Without a Will there is no way to guarantee what happens to your property and assets once you’re gone and it can end up costing much more in legal fees for your loved ones to sort out an estate without a Will than it does to have the will drafted ahead of time.

Is a Will the only document I need?

No. The Will is just the most important document for your loved ones after your death, but an experienced attorney will tell you that good planning involves getting several documents in place now while you are in good physical and mental health, so that if in the future something happens that keeps you from being able to make those decisions on your own, you already have the paperwork in place to be properly cared for by those you trust. This avoids the expense of your loved ones needing to go through the courts to have a guardian appointed after the fact.

Here at Blanchard & Thomas we recommend that while we are drafting your Will, you also allow us to draft a “Power of Attorney Package” for you. It is easy to draft at the same time as the Will and it will protect you in the event you ever become incapacitated either physically or mentally. You simply choose one or two people who you would want to act as your decision makers if the need arose and we can draft the paperwork to give them the abilities you would want them to have.

To schedule an initial consultation with a member of our firm, please call 866-219-6119.

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We Want To Earn The Right To Be Your Attorneys From Now On,
Not Just For The Duration Of Your Current Legal Issue.

We Aim to Win

We play to win. While we cannot guarantee outcomes in any case, we always do our best to see that our clients come out on top. We want our clients to know without question that their success matters to us personally.

Strategic Planning

We play hard, we play fast, and we stick to the game plan. We work with every client to develop a strategy most likely to bring about their success. We work hard to ensure the strategy gives our client every advantage possible and their very best chance at success. We then implement that strategy as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Honesty and Integrity

We build our relationships upon a foundation of total honesty. Absolute honesty allows the client and the attorney to develop trust that will be absolutely critical to success in and out of the courtroom.

Commitment To Communication

We make a commitment to communication. We begin and end many of our days communicating with clients. Our clients can count on us to return phone calls and/or e-mails within 24 to 48 hours except in emergencies or during announced absences from the office. We want our clients to know what we know and vice-versa. We want to ensure they can make informed decisions from start to finish.

Client Attorney Relationship

While the attorney client relationship may not always result in friendship, we believe it should always result in mutual respect. We zealously advocate on our clients’ behalf whether we agree with their choices or not. We do not judge our client’s choices; we simply attempt to help them learn from them, live with them, and overcome them.

Our Promise

We serve at the clients’ pleasure. If for any reason whatsoever the client decides he/she is better off with a different attorney or law firm, we will respectfully and professionally do whatever we can to get the new attorney or law firm up to speed and ready to handle the case. We vow to never object to a client’s request to seek alternative counsel, and we promise to return 100% of any unearned advance payments.