Texas Estate Planning

ebook Volume 2 · Texas Estate Planning (1)

By Ken McLaughlin

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Texas Estate Planning contains the most comprehensive estate planning information available in one reference, at an affordable price

With Texas Estate Planning at your side, preparing wills, trusts and durable powers of attorney has never been easier. This must-have guide contains the most current federal and state statutory case law to date as well as hundreds of comprehensive, assorted forms. With fingertip access to hundreds of forms, along with explanations of how to best apply these forms, Texas Estate Planning assists you in preparing client wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney and more. From writing a simple will to preparing a complicated trust document, Texas Estate Planning clarifies statutes and outlines court opinions in an easy-to-understand, quick-to-reference manner.

Hundred of forms for every estate planning scenario, focused on:

  • Wills - Requirements, organization, devices
  • Trusts - Planning and terms, requirements, distributions, types
  • Powers of Attorney - Property management, health care & more

    Texas Estate Planning includes a comprehensive discussion of wills, trusts and durable powers of attorney. Sections guide you through selecting the appropriate estate planning device and tax considerations, as well as provide you with detailed information such as will validity requirements, organization and devices as well as trust planning, terms, types, funding and implementation.

    This all-encompassing guide is ideal for Texas general practice, estate planning and probate attorneys, as it contains the most current federal and state statutory and case law. Attorneys with little or no estate planning experience will manage client needs with ease and even the most experienced state planning expert will save countless hours looking to Texas Estate Planning for clarification and reference.

    Two volumes.

  • Texas Estate Planning