A will is a foundational estate planning document. When you have a professionally drafted will in place, all parties, including a Texas probate court, will know your true last wishes. A will can be used to do many different things, including naming heirs, transferring assets, appointing an estate executor, and naming guardians for children. To be legally valid in Texas, a will must satisfy certain basic legal requirements. No one wants to leave stress, headaches, or confusion for their loved ones after passing away. Even worse, you do not want to leave your family or loved ones fighting over your estate. We can help you write a will that works best for your situation. If you have questions about your rights or your estate planning options, contact our Celina, TX wills attorney, Eddie Cawlfield.