Believe it or not, everyone in Texas has a will. The only question is who wrote your will? If you have not written your own will or estate plan, the Texas Legislator has written one for you. It’s called the Texas Estate Code. If you do not want the Texas Legislator to decide what happens to your property after you are gone, you need to write your own estate plan. At Walker & Chambers, we focus on being problem solvers for our clients. We give each individual the attention he or she deserves. No matter what goals you have for your estate, we will help you formulate them.
What We Do As Estate Planning Attorneys
We understand that, when it comes to estate planning, you need a lawyer who has the experience and patience to work with you as you make decisions that will most certainly outlive you and have a long-lasting impact on the people that you love the most. As such, at Walker & Chambers, we are easy to work with and we have competitive rates. Furthermore, we understand that good estate planning requires careful thinking and wise counsel often involving other participants such as CPA’s and tax advisors, financial advisors, and sometimes business and trust advisors.
With our partners having more than 52 years of combined experience practicing law in this state and serving clients throughout the Houston and Dallas areas, Walker & Chambers is at your disposal. No matter what your particular situation, our goal will be to protect your rights and interests while organizing documents to implement your wishes.