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How to Choose an Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning is an important part of financial planning, but something many Americans procrastinate. If you are searching for an Estate Planning Attorney, you are headed in the right direction! Having a valid will, medical proxy, or power of attorney, potentially creating a trust, and maximizing your loved ones’ inheritances by minimizing taxes are all …

What do I need to do to prepare for my first estate planning meeting?

You should receive an Estate Planning Intake Form from our office, prior to your first meeting. This form will guide you through the items you need to consider prior to our meeting. In the meantime, you can start thinking about people who can manage your affairs, in the event you are unable. Such as: Executor …

Why You Should Stop Procrastinating and Start Putting Together Your Estate Plan

We know estate planning isn’t the most fun thing to think about. We have heard all the excuses. Below we outline the most common reasons why people have not put together their estate plan and why we think you should. “I don’t really know what estate planning is.” It is easy to put off something …

Back to School for Your College Student? Don’t Forget About a Medical Power Attorney

While it is exciting and rewarding as a parent to see your kid go off to college, it can also be a stressful and emotionally challenging time. It is entirely normal to be worried about your student’s health and well-being—especially during COVID-19. You may still see your college student as a child, but in the …

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At The Cawlfield Law Firm, PLLC, we are committed to providing results-oriented legal representation to clients. To schedule a confidential, no-obligation initial consultation, please call us at (972) 382-5400or contact us directly online. With an office in Celina’s historic downtown square, we serve communities throughout the region, including in Collin County, Denton County, Grayson County, Cooke County, Tarrant County, and Dallas County.

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