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Wills are used to transfer assets such as real property, vehicles, and any other assets that pass through probate
Trusts are an estate planning tool that allows people to place assets and property to hold for a specific purpose with the ultimate goal of passing to beneficiaries. Common trusts are irrevocable trusts, revocable trusts, Special Needs trusts, NFA “Gun Trusts”, and Spousal Support trusts
Power of Attorney
Powers of Attorney generally come in two forms: Durable and Medical. Durable PoA’s allow a person to appoint someone to manage their financial affairs, while Medical PoA’s allow a person to appoint someone to manage their medical affairs upon their incapacity
Also known as “Advanced Directive to Physicians,” a Living Will allows a person to legally notify doctors and family of their final wishes for continuing or discontinuing life-sustaining treatment
Transfer on Death Deeds
Commonly known as “Ladybird Deeds,” Transfer on Death Deeds allow a person to transfer their home or other real property to heirs upon their death, but still retain control over the property during their life. These deeds are often used to avoid Medicaid consequences while transferring homestead property in Texas
ABOUT JEAN FAIR
ESTATE PLANNING AND PROBATE ATTORNEY
- Jean M. Fair is a friendly, professional attorney focusing in the fields of estate planning and probate law. She received her Juris Doctorate Degree from Baylor University School of Law, a Master’s Degree in History with a focus on Texas Literary History from Baylor University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and English from Baylor University. She is admitted to practice law in Texas.
Jean M. Fair is the principal attorney of Fair & Fair, PLLC, which maintains an office just outside the Waco, Texas city limits in Hewitt. She practices law throughout Central Texas. She enjoys getting to know clients and helping them find solutions to their estate planning needs.
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