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Protect your assets when you buy with Seely and receive a free family trust from our partner, Robbins Estate Law. Up to a $10k value!

What do I need to know about estate planning in Texas?

Create Your Texas Estate Plan

When you buy with Seely, you are doing more than buying a home, you are building a legacy. Estate planning ensures that your legacy lives on with the people that you care about most.

Take Control of Your Estate

Your estate will be distributed after death according to laws of intestacy instituted by the government of Texas if you don’t make a plan.

Ensure Your Plan is All Inclusive

Wills, trusts, forms, and other official materials are vital in achieving a properly established estate plan.

Peace of mind

Our services provide a comprehensive preparation process and all the guidance you’ll need to help you with your estate planning.

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How It Works

Contact us to schedule a free phone consultation.

From there, we schedule an estate planning strategy session, usually in person or via Zoom. This is an hour and a half session to get to know each other, go over your specific family needs and desires, and to create an estate plan that works for you.

Once we’ve got a plan designed, one month later we will schedule a review that can be done over the phone or in-person to explain your documents in detail. This is your opportunity to make changes to your decisions, ask more questions and get a comprehensive understanding of your plan.

When you know the plan is perfect, we schedule a date for you to come in and sign your document! Our staff is happy to serve as your witnesses, so there’s no need to worry about rounding up any other friends or family members.

That’s it! Once signed, we scan your plan so that you have an electronic copy, answer any last questions you might have, and congratulate you on getting your estate plan in place. It’s one of the greatest gifts you can give to your family.

What is the difference between a trust and a will?


A trust is defined as a legal entity, which involves three distinct aspects in the arrangement: the trust-maker, the trust manager, and the trust beneficiary (these can consist of only one person or a married couple). Trusts are created in a variety of formats, and they vary in terms of complexity and the purposes they serve. In general, these purposes include personal, tax, legal, or investment-related reasons. Below is a list of some examples of trusts:


If you want to construct a comprehensive estate plan, your last will and testament is only one part of it (contrary to popular belief)! If a person dies without an official will, the state laws determine that they have died “intestate,” which results in Texas statutes having the final say on the distribution of the person’s assets.


What is Estate Planning in Texas?

Any estate plan is designed to make sure that your assets pass to your family as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible. Without a proper estate plan, your assets could be tied up and spent towards the probate process for months, or even years.

What are the basic parts of an estate plan?

  1. Last Will and Testament
  2. Revocable Living Trust
  3. Financial Power of Attorney
  4. Medical Power of Attorney
  5. Directive to Physicians
  6. HIPAA forms

Who needs a trust in Texas?

Typically, homeowners or people with six figures of investment assets could benefit from a trust. Trusts are primarily used for convenience, so the short answer is anyone who wishes to make things as simple as possible for their family could benefit from a revocable living trust.

A handwritten will is called a holographic will, and it is legal even if there are no witnesses. These wills lead to some of the most complicated and difficult situations in probate courts and often result in years longs processes that cost tens of thousands of dollars to resolve. This simple reason is that most people who handwrite a will don’t know the legal terms that need to be used to make going through probate simple, and this often leads to major mistakes that require intense supervision by a probate judge.

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