F.M. 2252 San Antonio Texas 78266
3 months ago
We engaged the Voeller Law Firm to prepare a Trust for our family. David
was thorough in covering the various options we needed to consider and patiently
answered our many questions. After the initial meeting the firm went
to work to create the plan and in our second meeting he took the time to review
each element before we closed. Our experience couldn't have been more
positive. The peace of mind we now have, knowing we have this plan in
place is wonderful. We would highly recommend the Voeller Law Firm for
2 months ago
We found the Voeller Law Firm through a referral from an attorney who did
not specialize in trusts and estate planning. We needed help with trusts
when my mother moved here from Arizona and she had a complex group of trusts
that were hard to understand. We were immediately impressed with Jim's empathy
and his ability to communicate not only with my mother (80-plus years old)
but with me and my older brother as well. Jim offered several alternatives
and my mother selected the options she desired.
7 months ago
My family has been blessed to meet Jim, David and the entire staff
at The Voeller Law Firm. They have been not only knowledgeable, and
skilled - but have also done a great job of helping us through the process.
They explained and guided us through everything that was done, and were
always available to answer questions, and explain what was going on.
It is amazing to have an attorney that you can rely on - but even more amazing
to have an attorney that you know you can trust. I highly recommend
The Voeller Law Firm.
they are saying….
Probate is a court supervised process that is used to identify and gather
the assets of a deceased person in order to pay any debt and to distribute
their assets to their beneficiary. Probate can become complicated which is
why consulting an experienced probate
attorney is the first thing you should do. Our probate attorney can help
guide you through the complex system of probate. Our experienced probate attorneys
can help will any Issues that may arise during the probate process. If the
will is contested, you will definitely need the assistance of a probate attorney
to make sure the estate doesn’t get locked up in the probate process.
Probate proceedings are normally held in the state in which the deceased lived.
Statuary requirements must be met for a will to qualify for probate. After
all fees and debt is paid the rest gets divided by the beneficiaries. Our
attorneys can assist you with your estate planning, medicade crisis planning,
gun trusts, wills, living trusts and more. Give our probate attorneys a call
today and let’s talk about how we can help you protect your assets.
- Probate - San Antonio
San Antonio Texas 78266
Law Firm has over 35 years of experience helping families plan for their futures,
protecting surviving spouses, and safeguarding assets for children and grandchildren.
Family Wealth...for Generations
Trusts are used for estate planning, protecting assets and taxes. Living
trusts can be prepared while you’re
still alive and can be altered as your life changes. An attorney can provide
a complete living trust package to ensure everything always up to date. A
trust holds assets until a later date and allows a beneficiary to bypass probate.
Living trusts, also known as a “revocable trust”, is a legal document
in which assets are placed in a trust for your own benefit, while you’re
living, and when you pass it is then transferred to designated beneficiary
of your choice, called a "successor trustee." Normally drafting
a living trust is more complex and will cost more than a making a will. Bank
accounts, stocks, and bond accounts and certificates can all be made part
of a living trust. Living trusts allows the distribution of your assets without
going through probate. Living trusts hold up better than a will if someone
comes forward to contest the distribution of assets. Living trusts also allow
you to keep your documents private because unlike a will they are not public
records. Contact our living trust attorneys to see if a living trust is right