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Houston Living Wills

Create a Living Will with a Probate Attorney in Houston, TX

A living will, also referred to as a directive to physicians and families or surrogates, is a very important legal document to have. This document is used to specify your exact health care wishes if you become incapacitated or disabled and can no longer specify your health care requests. A Houston probate attorney can equip you with the extensive knowledge and tools needed to create a living will that caters to your specific needs. Without this legal document, you become powerless and the court and people around you take over the responsibility of making important medical decisions for you.

The Benefits of Establishing a Texas Living Will

At Shepherd & Associates, we are dedicated to assisting clients successfully plan for their future. By creating a living will, you become able to do the following:

  • Specify your exact health care wishes;
  • Stay in control even when you become incapacitated/disabled; and
  • Inform your physician and loved ones about your end-of-life medical decisions.

By having a living will set into place, you are able to stay in control and can rest assured that no matter what happens your wishes will be adhered to.

Are you interested in learning more about living wills?

With over 36 years of legal experience, Attorney Shepherd has developed an understanding of how important it is to have a living will. This legal document becomes effective if you become disabled or incapacitated and can prove to be very beneficial. The court does not know what your preferences are, nor do they always know what is best for you. Now is the time to establish an effective living will and begin planning for your future. Contact a Harris County estate planning lawyer to discuss your options with a compassionate and experienced professional!

Shepherd & Associates - Houston Estate Planning Lawyer
Located at 14090 Southwest Freeway, Suite 300
Sugar Land, TX 77478
Phone: (713) 993-7791

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