As a prudent and sound-thinking Texas resident, you're into averting and not promoting disasters, right?
"Letting go can be difficult," writes a financial planner penning a recent article for an online publication.
The unprecedented COVID-19 virus pandemic has fundamentally altered life for virtually all Americans, at least over the near term. Texas authorities have joined with other state regulators spanning the county in crafting stay-home and linked policies aimed at dramatically curbing the virus’ spread and clawing back a sense of social normalcy.
Today’s Michalk, Beatty & Alcozer blog post answers some basic questions that many individuals and families in Texas and across the United States often have when their thoughts turn to planning surrounding their loved ones.
A testator (sometimes called grantor or creator) often leaves nothing to chance concerning the drafting and execution of a will. He or she works in a timely manner with proven legal counsel to ensure that all important estate planning elements are sufficiently addressed, coupled with legal formalities being tightly observed.