Texas Estate Planning Documents
What Are The Typical Estate Planning Documents In Texas?
A typical set of estate planning documents would include one or more of the following: a Last Will and Testament, Durable Power of Attorney (POA), Medical POA, Living Will/Advance Directive, and Transfer on Death Deeds.
- Last Will and Testament A Last Will and Testament (aka Will) is a legal document that describes a person's final wishes pertaining to his or assets. Read more about Texas Wills.
- Durable Power of Attorney A durable power of attorney or durable POA is a legal document that authorizes someone else to act for you in legal or financial matters. Read more about Durable POAs.
- Medical Power of Attorney A medical power of attorney, or medical POA, is a legal document that allows you to designate another person who can make medical decisions for you in the event that you become incapacitated. Read more about Medial POAs.
- Living Will/Advance Directive A living will "advance healthcare directive" is a legal document that spells out how you wish to handle certain aspects of your medical care in the event you can't. Read more about Living Wills.
- Transfer on Death Deeds Real estate owners can now transfer title to their real estate (on the date of their death) without having to go through probate. Read more about TOD Deeds.
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|Living Will/Advance Directive||$40|
|Transfer on Death Deed||$125|