Texas Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Texas will forms are documents that will help guide a user through the process of both, division of their estate as well as preparation of a “living will.” A “last will and testament” is a document that a Testator would use to establish division of their estate, by an executor (representative) between their beneficiaries.

The “living will” will allow a person (Principal) to plan in advance for medical care, that their physicians may refer to, while determining the best treatment for the Principal when they are no longer able to communicate their wishes. The Principal may also delegate powers to a health care agent who may monitor their health care and ensure that the Principal’s health care choices are honored.

Both documents will require witness and/or notarization.

Texas Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

Texas Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The Texas advance health care directive(living will) is a legal document that is set forth by any person (Principal) who would like to prepare in advance, for any unforeseen medical situations at end of life circumstances. The Principal will have the ability to provide written instructions for their physicians, health care agent, and family. The document must […]

Texas Last Will and Testament Form

Texas Last Will and Testament Form

The Texas last will and testament is a legal document that an individual (testator) would use to create a written record, stating how they would like to have their estate distributed among their beneficiaries, once the testator is deceased. The estate may include financial accounts, real property and/or personal property. This document will also allow the appointment of […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – This document is designed to assist so that any person (Testator) would have the ability to create a written record of the Testator’s specific instructions with regard to instructions for their executor to distribute their estate to their beneficiaries after the Testator’s death. If the testator has not yet appointed an executor, they may do so within the pages of this form. The document must be completed while the Testator is of sound mind. They may also revoke the document as they wish

Living Will – This document is also called an “Advance Directive.” The document is provided so that any individual (Principal), while they are of sound mind, will have the opportunity to record their preferred medical treatment options. This document would only be implemented once the Principal is no longer able to make their own medical choices and decisions. The Principal would also have the ability to select a health care agent to ensure that all advance instructions are honored according to the instructions of the Principal’s advanced arrangements and decisions. The document or any portion thereof, may be revoked at any time.