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Estate Planning

Estate planning includes the preparation of a Last Will and Testament as well as other documents you may need during your life. Proper estate planning saves you and your family money and ensures that your wishes are known and followed in case of your incapacity and at the time of your death. Despite the importance of these documents, many people avoid this planning. This avoidance may be an aversion to thinking about death, or fear that the process is complicated and expensive. As experienced Austin estate planning lawyers, we address these concerns with a straightforward approach and flat fees in this practice area. 

Gottfried Alexander Law Firm provides personalized guidance to plan for the future and protect the well-being of your loved ones.  Please contact us today to schedule an appointment for more information and to answer your questions.

Austin Estate Planning Lawyers

When you need help with Estate Planning and Probate, the team at Gottfried Alexander Law Firm is here for you. We provide estate planning services to make sure that your assets are distributed in a way that will protect those who depend on you most.

Estate planning is a proactive process. This planning protects you and your beneficiaries so that they can avoid unnecessary costs and hassles after you have passed away. 

Statutory Durable Power of Attorney and Medical Power of Attorney 

These documents allow you to designate someone to make decisions with your financial matters and medical care, which can be especially important in the case of your incapacity or disability. 

Directive to Physicians 

Sometimes referred to as a “living will,” this document allows you to make clear decisions about withholding or withdrawing life support if you have a terminal or irreversible condition. 

Authorization to Release Medical Information (HIPAA Release)

This document allows you to direct health care providers to release medical information to the persons you designate. 

Last Will and Testament 

A Will ensures that your assets will be distributed to those you designate, when and how you desire, and makes sure your surviving minor children will be cared for by a guardian of your choosing.