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National sites that advertise “do-it-yourself” wills and legal forms wouldn’t dare claim to offer legal advice. LegalZoom and other similar sites are required to state in their ads and on their websites that they don't offer legal advice or legal representation.

The Cockrell Law Firm can and does offer legal advice. TexasWills.com is not just an internet business offering do-it-yourself forms. The Cockrell Law Firm is proud to offer legal advice and attorney-drafted Texas wills online through this website.

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Can I avoid Probate?

So here’s a question (paraphrased) that was actually asked on a legal questions site recently – “My father (kinda, not listed as such on birth certificate) wants to give all of his 150 acres and his very nice home to me before he dies. He wants to avoid taxes and probate fees. Can sell it to me for ‘$10 […]

I don’t have much. Do I really need a will?

In short, probably. More clearly, your estate will probably need a will. Your will doesn’t address what you have now, it addresses what you have when you die. Your will also isn’t for you.  It is for those you love and will leave behind. Think of it like insurance – Your house has never been destroyed […]

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