Lubbock Will Attorneys

Creating a will is a good idea for many people, especially if you have specific wishes regarding how your family should distribute your assets after your passing.

When creating a will, there are specific rules you need to follow to make it legally valid. These rules are there to prevent fraud. While they are only moderately complicated, it's possible to make mistakes, making a mess of your estate for your grieving loved ones.

Beck Law Firm is here to help. We use our extensive skills to ensure your will is valid and complete so your family can grieve in peace. A qualified and capable Lubbock will attorney can answer your questions.

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    "They Made It Easy"

    The Beck Firm made setting up our wills extremely easy. What should have been a lengthy and intimidating process was made very simple. They were very thorough explaining the process and answering any questions we had.

    - Trevor M.
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    The Beck Law Firm is composed of a caring and kind team of legal experts who go above and beyond to understand and resolve your legal concerns. They were knowledgeable, resourceful, and efficient.

    - Former Client
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    Good communication all the way through the process. All of our questions were answered quickly and in a way that made a somewhat complicated process easy to understand.

    - Anthony G.
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    I recommend them to anyone who needs an attorney, they take care of business and they are on top of it!

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    Beck Law Firm helped me get two LLCs set up in no time for a great price. I will definitely be back.

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    Hands down the best law firm... in the state and in Lubbock. I highly recommend coming here for all your legal needs!

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    This is a great law firm, Kristen Beck helped our family navigate the probate process for our Mom's estate. I highly recommend!

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    Kristen represented me and immediately went to work. We settled out of court. She is extremely professional, knowledgeable, and informative.

    - David R.

Who Needs to Make a Will?

Everyone should utilize a will to make things easier for their family, but there are certain situations where making a will is particularly important:

  • Parents: If you have children, a will allows you to designate a guardian for them if both parents pass away. It also specifies how to use your assets for their care and education.
  • Property and assets:If you own property, financial accounts, or valuable assets, a will ensures they are distributed according to your wishes.
  • Without a will, the state's laws (intestacy laws) may determine who gets your assets, which might not align with your preferences.
  • Specific beneficiaries: If you want to leave assets or possessions to specific individuals or organizations, a will is necessary to clarify your intentions.
  • Blended families: If you have a blended family with stepchildren or have remarried, a will can help ensure that your assets provide for both biological and stepchildren.
  • Business owners: If you own a business, a will can outline what happens to your business interests after your passing.
  • Avoiding family disputes: A well-drafted will can help prevent family conflicts and disputes over your estate by clearly outlining your wishes.
  • Pets: If you have pets, a will can designate a caregiver and provide funds for their care.

It's important to note that the need for a will can vary depending on your circumstances, including your assets, family situation, and personal preferences.

Consulting with a skilled estate planning attorney can help determine whether creating a will is appropriate for you and ensure your wishes are legally documented and protected.

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