For peace of mind, it’s important to know that you’re leaving behind a proper, valid will to address the immediate financial needs of your dependents.

If the Probate Court determines your will to be invalid, your estate may be treated as if you had no will at all. The consequences for your dependents would be significant and time consuming to correct. Also remember that while the Texas Probate Code allows you to make as many amendments to your existing will as you like, you need to do more than merely hand-write your changes on your will.

As your wills and probate attorney, I will work with you to ensure that your will meets all of the legal standards set forth in the Texas Probate Code.

I welcome all clients, regardless of their sexual orientation, nationality, or religious or political beliefs. My simple motto: To be the voice for those who feel they don’t have one.

Please contact me today, at 214.304.6640, for a consult at my Allen or Rockwall, Texas, office.

Lawyers of Distinction designated Texas lawyer Lara Bracamonte to be among the top 10 percent of attorneys in the United States. Lara was evaluated on her qualifications, license, reputation, experience, and disciplinary history. Lara is committed to always learning, to always growing, and to always being held 100 percent accountable for how she handles herself and her practice. Lara’s core values: Experience. Tenacity. Dedication. Heart. Lara is the voice for her clients, who often feel they don’t have one.