“While uncertainty has increased due to the current pandemic, we are seeing an uptick in inquires for estate planning,” says attorney R. Dean Davenport. “People are realizing the importance of planning for the future and want to be prepared for unforeseen events during these uncertain times."
MCKINNEY, Texas (PRWEB) July 13, 2020
The law firm of R. Dean Davenport Attorney at Law announces the expansion of online estate and will planning services for Collin County and other Texas residents. The law firm through its associated website, EstateLawTexas.com, provides online services for will drafting and estate planning for Texas residents in additional to Texas estate probate and administration services. The announcement comes on the heels of turbulent times in the United States and the growing need for Texans to have increased access to online estate planning and will making services.
Located in McKinney, Collin County, Texas, R. Dean Davenport Attorney at Law has been serving the legal needs of Texans by provided estate planning services for Collin County and other Texas residents since 2010. The law firm is able to assist those seeking quality estate planning with an online option during these uncertain times. Attorney Davenport holds a doctorate from Baylor University, a law degree from Texas Tech University, and is an active member of the American Bar Association, Collin County Bar Association, Texas Center for Legal Ethics, and the College of the State Bar of Texas.
“While uncertainty has increased due to the current pandemic, we are seeing an uptick in inquires for estate planning,” says attorney R. Dean Davenport. “People are realizing the importance of planning for the future and want to be prepared for unforeseen events during these uncertain times. Our office also is able to provide estate and will planning in a professional and affordable way while also adhering to social distancing guidelines.”
Anyone attempting to tackle estate planning or make a Will on their own should always consider seeking the advice of a professional. There are a number of mistakes that people commonly make when trying to execute a will on their own. According to attorney Davenport, “There are a number of important elements to consider when you are making a will or setting up a living trust. There is a lot more involved than simply printing out forms, filling in the blanks, and signing the documents. It is not uncommon for people who attempt to make a Will on their own to omit a small procedural issue that is required for executing a valid will. Seeking professional advice beforehand can help you avoid those issues.”
R. Dean Davenport Attorney at Law (website: EstateLawTexas.com) is now able to help clients navigate the minefield of estate planning with new expanded online service options. Take advantage of the firm’s Texas estate and will planning services today by calling 469-352-1876 now!
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