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Meet with you to explain every step of the estate planning process
Take a close look at your finances and assets
Discuss your family situation and your health care needs
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With decades of will and trust law experience in Plano, TX, attorney Lambert can tell you everything you need to know about estate planning. When do trusts go into effect? Who should you name as the executor of your will? He'll help you answer all of these questions so you can plan for the future with confidence.
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Drafting a will
Creating a trust
Establishing power of attorney
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