Houston Small Estate Attorney

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Too many people make the mistake of thinking their estates aren’t large enough to need legal protection. Unfortunately, this means they risk leaving to their loved ones the trouble and headache of dealing with federal and state legal fees at a time when they are least equipped to handle it. They may also be placing them in severe financial peril. For strong representation from a lawyer dedicated to maximizing your benefits, call Smith, Renfro, Goins and Holmes, PC now. There is no obligation to hire, and we collect no fees unless we make a recovery or settlement on your behalf.

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A well-written, properly filed and maintained will prepared by a qualified and licensed attorney is only the beginning. Consultation with an attorney can lead to the restructuring of assets to minimize the inevitable tax burden that can descend on unwary inheritors. Survivors are frequently in danger of property loss because of missing or incomplete titles conferring ownership. An attorney can assist in the verification, consolidated and storage of these vital documents. Estate planning is also the best way to prevent disagreements among the inheritors who could find themselves at odds during such a time of intense emotion. Prudent estate planning, even for those who think themselves too small to need it, is vital to ensures that monies, real-estate and possessions go to those who deserve them and eases the hardship on the survivors.


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