Commonly used estate planning tools are Wills, Trusts, Medical Power of Attorney, and Durable
General Power of Attorney. Don’t wait until it is too late to get these documents completed. Let The
Law Office of James Tittle give you peace of mind by making sure your wishes are detailed and in writing.

Legally Binding Estate Planning
Estate Planning, Wills, Power of Attorney

The Law Office of James Tittle can put all of your wishes in writing and make sure they are legally binding. People commonly postpone planning for their passing because everyone thinks they have more time. Wills are inexpensive, can be completed quickly, and will give you valuable peace of mind.

What happens if you pass away without a valid will/trust?

If you pass away without a Will/Trust in place, the Texas laws of intestate succession will determine how your property is distributed. The laws of intestate succession provide a back-up method of distributing your property if you pass away without a Will/Trust. These laws will control who gets your property and what share they receive. It is both scary and expensive to let your property pass through the laws of intestacy. This process can add several hundred dollars or more in unnecessary expenses. Avoid this result by having The Law Office of James Tittle draft a Will or a Trust for you. Our office is located in League City, just south of Friendswood.

Durable General Power of Attorney

Grants an agent (also called an attorney-in-fact) the authority to act on behalf of the principal (the person granting this authority) under certain, specified circumstances. Durable General Power of Attorney can be used to allow your agent (i.e. the person you authorize) to perform actions such as buy or sell property, file your taxes, or perform any act you specify.

Medical Power of Attorney

A medical power of attorney allows you to designate a person, called your agent, to make healthcare decisions for you if and/or when you become incapacitated. Before the named person is allowed to make healthcare decisions for you two medical doctors must agree that you are incapacitated. In the medical power of attorney you are also able to limit your agents authority and also specify treatments you do or do not want to receive.

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Let us help take care of your legal issues, whatever they may be. The Law Office of James Tittle practices in Galveston County, Harris County, and surrounding areas. Avoid any unnecessary stress, fees and legal charges. Call our lawyers now and schedule your consultation.