Wills and Powers of Attorney in Lewisville

Denton County Will Attorney - Protecting Your Legacy

It can be difficult for an individual to face their mortality and consider what might happen after death. Although being sure those you love most are taken care of should be addressed. The best way to retain control and provide clear direction about what happens to your assets is to draft a will. A will can also help be sure your children are raised in the manner you choose. Our lawyers can explain the costs and benefits of a will during our no-cost, confidential consultation.

At The Jimenez Law Firm, P.C., we believe that everyone should have a will. Unfortunately, tragedy strikes without regard to age or health. It is better to draft an accurate and effective will in the present to prevent arguments and disputes in the future. It is a simple, but detailed, process that allows a person to determine who gets what and when upon passing. Contact our office to learn more about the benefits of a will.

The Jimenez Law Firm, P.C., is a full service law firm in Wills and Probate and can help you start to finish. As simple as the passing of children and assets should be, it can become a contested and emotional battle. Preparing your estate beforehand can make the difference in your children's future. Let The Jimenez Law Firm, P.C., help you secure the brightest future available for those you care about most.

Powers of Attorney

In much the same spirit as a will, powers of attorney allow individuals to make their wishes known if they become incapacitated or unable to make decisions in person. There are several different kinds of documents that we can guide our clients through, including:

  • Durable powers of attorney to manage property
  • Medical powers of attorney to make health care decisions
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) releases
  • Directives to physicians, including life support guidance

These documents are created so that health and financial decisions can be made quickly and efficiently if the individual in question cannot make the decisions for himself or herself. It is wise to speak with an experienced attorney for assistance in drafting these directives.

Contact Our Firm

If you have questions regarding wills and powers of attorney in North Texas or West Texas, contact The Jimenez Law Firm, P.C., by calling or by completing the contact form on this website. We offer free consultations in English and Spanish and accept most major credit cards for the payment of services.