Estate Planning, Wills & Probate
El Paso Probate Attorneys Helping Families Care for Family and Preserve Assets
At the law firm of Anchondo & Anchondo, we understand how important family is you. Take the time today to plan for their future by preparing a Will and other essential estate planning documents. Without a Will or Trust and medical care instructions, your family members will face difficult decisions and lots of “red tape” during a difficult time. Having a Will or a Trust shows you truly care for their well-being.
El Paso Estate Planning Lawyers
Daniel and Christopher Anchondo have helped many families like yours find peace of mind. This advanced planning is so important to families that we do pro bono work at some senior citizen homes in El Paso to help those on a limited income ensure the security of their loved ones. While it can be difficult to talk about these things, we have experience helping people think through the issues. Our Wills and Trusts attorneys are tactful and thorough.
We care; we know you do too. Let our El Paso estate planning lawyers help you with a Will, a Trust or other documents. Call Anchondo & Anchondo at 915-228-4360 for a free initial consultation
Wills, Trusts and Other Estate Planning Documents
Wills: We recommend that everyone have a Will. It is the most basic estate planning document and it ensures that your possessions go to the people you want to receive them (and not the government). You can also leave instructions for funeral and burial in your Will, to help your family know what you wanted.
Trusts: Do you have a larger estate? Are you concerned about leaving an inheritance to an under-aged child, a relative who doesn’t handle money well, or a person who is mentally incompetent? These are some of the reasons why you might want to establish a Trust.
Medical Instructions: Estate planning attorneys can also help you with important legal documents relating to medical care should you become seriously ill and unable to make medical decisions.
- Medical Power of Attorney: This document tells doctors who has a right to make medical decisions for you
- Living Will: This document (also called an Advance Medical Directive) tells your family or caregivers what kind of medical care you want – and what kind of care you don’t want. For example, you can leave instructions about whether you would want to be put on life support.
Contact Our El Paso Estate Planning Lawyers
At the Law Office of Anchondo & Anchondo, we understand how important family is. Take time today to plan for their future by preparing a will and other essential estate planning documents. If you fail to leve a will or trust, or health care instructions, your family members will face difficult decisions and lots of “red tape” during a difficult time. Having a will or a trust shows you really care about their welfare.
Although it may be difficult to talk about these things, we have experience helping people think through the issues. Our wills and trusts attorneys are discreet and careful. We care; we know you do, too.
Let our El Paso estate planning lawyers help you with a will, trust or other documents. Call Anchondo and Anchondo at 915-228-4360 for a free initial consultation.