Estate Planning For Your Family's Future

It's never too early to start thinking about estate planning. It may not seem urgent to people who are young and healthy, and it can be unpleasant to think about what the world will be like after you are gone. But the truth is that there is no way to predict when an unexpected illness or accident might suddenly deprive you of the ability to carefully think about what should happen to your estate when you are no longer controlling it yourself.

There's also no estate that is too large or small to be addressed in a will or trust. Even if your possessions all fit in one closet, these items can have financial and sentimental value that makes it important to specify what should happen to them in your estate plan. At the Law Offices of Mari Garza and Lynn Peach, PLLC, we can help you plan for the future whether you rent your home or own several homes.

Experienced Assistance For A Wide Range Of Estate Planning Services

Our firm can help with estate planning matters, including:

  • Creation of wills and trusts
  • Modification of wills and trusts
  • Enforcement of wills and trusts
  • Inter vivos trusts — During somebody's lifetime, not necessarily in death
  • Inter vivos transfers. Deeds and life estate or transfer-on-death deeds
  • Standard wills
  • Health care directives
  • Power of attorney
  • Probate matters

In addition to her legal practice at the Law Offices of Mari Garza and Lynn Peach, PLLC, attorney Mari Garza teaches law as an adjunct professor at Texas State University's Legal Studies Graduate Program. Along with courses in family law and legal drafting, Ms. Garza teaches a course in estates and trusts. In this way, she has the opportunity to engage in estate law with both her clients and her students.

Talk To A Lawyer About The Future Of Your Estate

To learn more about how the Law Offices of Mari Garza and Lynn Peach, PLLC, can help you make a plan that meets both your needs and those of your loved ones, schedule a free, 30-minute consultation in our San Marcos, Texas, office. Call us at 512-591-0696 or send us email to make an appointment.

English and Spanish are spoken at our office. Se habla español.