Anderson & Anderson, LLP knows that wrapping up one's own affairs is an emotionally difficult thought process, one which many individuals are unwilling to undertake. Thus, many individuals do not have the necessary documents in place to make their final wishes known. As a result, these individuals burden their loved ones with the painful details of administering their estate.

Don't you want to be in control of your own estate? Don't you want to personally dictate how your estate will be distributed? Don't you want to make these decisions while you are physically capable and of sound mind? If you do not make these decisions while you are able to do so, then a Judge will make these choices for you, and perhaps not in the manner you would have chosen.


Anderson & Anderson, LLP can help you with your estate planning documents. Our simple will package includes following documents:

- A Texas Testamentary Will
This document expresses your wishes of how your property will be distributed to your beneficiaries,
it designates a personal representative to handle probate, and it names guardians for minor children.
- A Texas Medical Power of Attorney
This document allows you to appoint a trusted person to act as your agent in order to make health care
decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated.
- A Texas General Durable Power of Attorney
This document allows you to give a trusted person the authority to make certain decisions and to act on
your behalf should you become incapacitated or unable to do so.
- A Medical Directive to Physician
This document allows you to communicate your wishes about life-support measures should you become incapacitated.
- A Texas Self-Proving Affidavit
This document makes it unnecessary for your witnesses to appear in court to affirm the validity of your will.
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