Dallas County Estate Planning Attorney

Dallas County Estate Planning Lawyer

Lawyer in Dallas County for Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney

At Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC, we know that planning for an uncertain future can be very difficult. Looking beyond one's own lifetime is understandably challenging, and you might not have any idea of where to even begin. The experienced team at our firm offers a full range of estate planning services to clients throughout the region. Our lawyer is equipped to assist you in creating, wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and many other tools that can protect your family for many years to come.

Dallas Area Estate Planning Counsel

Our skilled attorney knows that a "one-size-fits-all" solution does not exist in the world of estate planning. Your circumstances might be similar to those of another person or family, but no two cases are exactly the same. This means in order to be effective, an estate plan must be tailored to address the details of your situation.

When you choose Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC, you get an attorney that is dedicated to help you and your family establish a sense of security and peace of mind. We will connect with you to discuss your circumstances so that we can better understand your values and goals. Doing so gives us the insight we need to recommend estate planning tools and strategies to meet your unique needs.

At Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC, we have the experience and knowledge to assist you with:

  • Wills: A will, sometimes called a last will and testament frequently provides the basis of a solid estate plan. With your will, you can transfer property to your chosen heirs, donate to charity, make guardianship arrangements regarding your children, and much more.
  • Trusts: There are a wide variety of different trusts that could be used to safeguard your assets and to transfer them to your beneficiaries, including revocable and irrevocable trusts, testamentary trusts, and special needs trusts.
  • Living Wills and Medical Directives: Advance medical directives and living wills can allow you to formalize your wishes regarding your future health care.
  • Powers of Attorney: A financial power of attorney allows you to appoint another person to make financial decisions on your behalf in the event you cannot make them on your own. A medical power of attorney gives another person similar authority over your medical decisions.
  • Transfer on Death Deeds: If you own real estate property, you can make arrangements for what will happen to your property upon your death using a transfer on death deed (TODD).
  • Muniment of Title: Certain situations may allow for a will to be probated through muniment of title probate, an option that is often much easier and quicker than traditional probate.

Established Law Firm Ready to Serve You

Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC understands that estate planning can be challenging, but it is an important step in providing your family with the security and peace of mind they deserve. Our team also handles a full range of estate administration concerns as well. We help executors and trustees with carrying out their assigned duties to ensure the decedents wishes are fulfilled in accordance with Texas law. No matter what challenges may arise, we are here to help you and your family prepare for the future.

Contact Us Today

If you would like to learn more about our firm or you have questions about how we can help you meet your estate planning goals, contact our office at 972-807-6357. At Andrew Dunlap Attorneys, PLLC, we are equipped to help you create the best possible future for yourself and your loved ones. We serve clients in and around Dallas County and all of North Texas.

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