Has your spouse asked you to sign a postnuptial agreement (or postnup)? If so, you should make sure you understand what you’re signing and what rights you might be giving away by signing. Attorneys Ray Kerlick and Fiona Goodison discuss Texas postnuptial agreements in this video. Call 800-929-1725 for an appointment. Transcript of the Postnuptial […]
Experienced Estate Planning Attorneys to Serve You
You'll Enjoy Working with Our Estate Planning Attorneys
Call us at 800-929-1725 to talk with our estate planning attorneys. Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick offers you experienced, hard-working estate planning attorneys with sophisticated legal expertise and small-town Texas values to assist you. Whether you're interested in complex trust arrangements and generation-skipping transfers or just a simple will, our attorneys can help.
There are four basic documents that should be part of every estate plan -- a will, the financial and medical powers of attorney, a HIPAA release form, and a directive to physicians and family. If you've done no estate planning, you might start with those. However, if you have a substantial estate, if you own a business, or if you own real estate or mineral interests, your estate plan might need to be more complex.
Should Your Current Estate Plan be Checked?
If you moved to Texas from another state or if your family situation has changed because of divorce or marriage, you should review your estate planning documents with an experienced estate planning attorney to ensure that your estate plan will continue to reflect your wishes. Wills and other estate planning documents vary from state to state. A marriage or divorce can also impact your retirement and investment accounts and your estate plan.
We're Convenient to You in Southeast Texas
We have three offices to serve you in Southeast Texas. Our main office is in Wharton, TX, facing the Wharton County Courthouse. Our El Campo office is downtown on West Jackson Street, and our Richmond office is on South Third Street near the Fort Bend Courthouse.
For more information, please call our office at 800-929-1725 or use our contact form to send us an email.
What is a Texas Transfer on Death Deed and Motor Vehicle Transfer on Death? Should you still have a will? Attorneys Ray Kerlick and Fiona Goodison answer those questions in this video. Call 800-929-1725 for an appointment. Transcript of the Texas Transfer on Death Deed Video – Good afternoon. This is Ray Kerlick from Wadler […]
Why Are Beneficiary Designations Important in Your Estate Planning Attorney Ray Kerlick describes how account beneficiary designations work with your will and how they can have unintended consequences. Call 800-929-1725 for an appointment with Mr. Kerlick at any of our offices in Fort Bend County or Wharton County. – – Hi, this is Ray Kerlick […]
Helping You Achieve Your Estate Planning Goals and Objectives Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about how we can help you identify and then achieve your goals for estate planning. Call us at 800-929-1725 for an appointment at our offices in Fort Bend County and Wharton County. – – Hi, this is Ray Kerlick from Wadler, Perches, […]
Trusts in Texas Can Benefit Your Estate Planning and Other Needs In this video, Attorney Ray Kerlick describes some of the reasons why you might use a trust in Texas. Summary of the Trusts in Texas Video – – Hi, this is Ray Kerlick from Wadler Perches Hundl and Kerlick. Reaching out from our Fulshear […]
What’s Involved in Preparing a Will at Our Fulshear TX Office What steps are involved in preparing a will? Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about these steps in this video and describes why each of the steps is important. Our Estate Planning Package Special Offer has expired, but we’re still offering an exceptional price for the package […]
An Overview of Basic Estate Planning What are the documents we recommend as part of basic estate planning? Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about those documents and what they do in this video. The special offer mentioned in the video is over, but we’re still offering an exceptional price for the same basic estate planning package. […]
How Are Texas Probate and Estate Administration Different? In this video, Attorney Ray Kerlick talks about different types of the Texas Probate Process, and he explains how the estate administration process is used when basic estate planning hasn’t happened. You can ensure that you have an estate plan by taking advantage of our estate planning […]