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The Woodlands Lawyer Handling Estate Planning And Probate

Located in The Woodlands, Texas, and serving clients in the Houston area, the firm is dedicated to bringing clients peace of mind in estate planning and probate matters. Services offered include drafting, reviewing and modifying estate plans, as well as guiding clients through the probate process.

A complete estate plan is more than just a will.  Attorney Hanna handles estate plans that can include the following documents:

  • Wills (often called "last will and testament")
  • Trusts
  • Powers of attorney
  • Medical powers of attorney

Should I change my estate plan? It is a good idea to have a lawyer look at your estate plan after a major life event. When things change — through a divorce, remarriage, the birth of a child, loss of a spouse or any other major life event — an existing estate plan may be affected. Our attorney can review your will and other documents and make any necessary changes. That way, you can feel more confident that nothing was overlooked and everything is up-to-date, just in case.

Probate: Guidance From My Family To Yours

The probate process can be difficult to navigate without legal assistance. The law can be confusing, procedures can be complex, and even a small mistake or omission can have a serious impact.

Hanna Law Firm, PLLC, offers clients peace of mind by guiding them through the probate process. Representation is tailored to meet the client's unique needs, answering questions, helping estate administrators to gain an understanding of the full scope of the estate's assets, pay debts and distribute assets according to the estate plan.

If you need legal help with an estate plan or probate, please do not hesitate to contact us. Call 936-206-7488 or toll free at 800-654-7854. You may also complete our online contact form.

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