Every year, Texas adds 500,000 new residents. Along with changing car registration and forwarding mail, updating an estate plan should be at the top of the moving checklist. Texas Legal Attorney Melissa Stone Myers of StoneMyers Law, PLLC knows firsthand how important updating an estate plan is after moving to Texas. Melissa specializes in updating estate plans created in other states to conform to Texas laws.
Watch the previously streamed webinar to learn more about what you need to know after moving to Texas and what documents you need to update your estate plan.
Estate Planning Benefits with Texas Legal
As a member of Texas Legal, you are able to update or create an estate plan once a plan year*. The normal cost of these services without a Texas Legal Membership can range from $350 – $1,350. This in addition to a wealth of covered legal services including family law, civil & criminal defense, and more.
Not a member of Texas Legal? Join for as little as $28 a month. If you are a veteran or bank with a credit union, your monthly cost could be even lower. Find out what your rate is today.
The Estate Planning benefit covers participating attorney’s billable time that may include a will with trusts OR living trust. Note: Texas Legal will only cover one individual or one joint (Named Participant and spouse) estate planning per plan year. For more details regarding your specific plan and available benefits, please contact Texas Legal at 1-800-252-9346 or email@example.com.