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San Antonio Wills Attorneys

Wills and Estate Planning
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One of the most basic estate planning documents, a will is a key element in any estate plan. It can allow you to outline your wishes and plan for the distribution of your belongings after your death.

At the Law Office of Margaret M. Priesmeyer-Masinter, we provide clients with estate planning advice and carefully draft wills and other estate planning documents that meet their needs. Attorney Margaret M. Priesmeyer-Masinter has more than 15 years of experience helping clients in the San Antonio area with estate planning, probate and estate administration issues.

To discuss your estate plan and will with a lawyer in San Antonio, contact our offices. We represent clients throughout Bexar County and the surrounding area.

Texas Estate Planning Lawyer Helping Clients Draft Wills

We will work directly with you to listen to you goals, your concerns and your plans for the future. Then, we can create a will that is custom-tailored to fit your needs. A simple will can include instructions for distributing your assets, money and belongings. It can also outline how debts will be paid from your estate. A complex will, on the other hand, can provide asset protection and may minimize tax consequences.

We can help you understand your options and create a plan that meets your needs. In addition to a will, a living will or power of attorney can help you outline your wishes if you fall ill or are otherwise unable to make decisions regarding your health or finances.

To learn more about wills and estate planning, contact our offices. We can answer your questions and provide knowledgeable guidance throughout the estate planning process.

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Law Office of Margaret M. Priesmeyer-Masinter
4154 Swans Landing
San Antonio, TX 78217

Phone 210-536-0555
Fax 210-657-0448
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