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Your estate plan should be carefully examined if you are divorced, or considering a divorce. Visit with an experienced estate planning attorney at Ibekwe Law, PLLC to help you understand all of your legal options to ensure your finances remain protected.

Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts

Estate Planning for The Divorced

If you are married, you may wonder what type of estate planning documents are available for all stages of your life. Learn how an experienced estate planning attorney at Ibekwe Law, PLLC can work with you and your spouse to best protect your wishes.

Estate Planning, Family

The Importance of Estate Planning for Married Couples

If you are single, there are many reasons you must still consider establishing an estate plan. Learn how an experienced estate planning attorney at Ibekwe Law, PLLC can work with you to ensure your finances and wishes remain protected under the law.

Estate Planning, Family, Kids

Estate Planning For The Single Person

If you have made the decision to visit with your family about estate planning issues during the holidays, you may feel unsure what legal options are available to your loved ones. Estate planning often involves more than just a Last Will and Testament and can include many different financial and legal tools to ensure your […]

Estate Planning, Family, Wills & Trusts

Understanding Common Estate Planning Documents and Options

Even if you are gathering with your family over Zoom, consider visiting your loved ones about estate planning during the holidays. Learn how an experienced estate planning attorney at Ibekwe Law, PLLC, can help you make sure your legal and financial rights remain protected.

Estate Planning, Family, Wills & Trusts

Visiting with Family About Estate Planning During the Holidays

Congratulations! You have officially completed your estate plan with Ibekwe Law, PLLC. Here is a helpful checklist for what to do with your new documents. Properly Store Your Documents Keep your executed documents properly stored in an organized way. You can keep them in a fire safe box, somewhere in your house, or in a […]

Estate Planning, Family, Wills & Trusts

Next Steps After You Execute Your Estate Plan

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People often avoid estate planning for various reasons. Here are the top five excuses give for avoiding estate planning. Thankfully, you can combat those excuses with helpful solutions.

Estate Planning

Top 5 Excuses for Avoiding Estate Planning

I want to be known as someone who is responsible, bold, and intentional. ⁣I recently came back from a trip to Turkey and Nigeria, where I was born. I received comments from friends that ranged from excitement to fear—because they’d NEVER travel to such places and definitely not by themselves. While I was away on […]

Estate Planning

Oh, the Places You Will Go!

Divorce is rarely easy. In fact, separating from someone you once loved (and often still care about) can be one of the hardest and most devastating events that you can experience in life. While you may need to grieve and to heal from the trauma, you also need to protect yourself and your assets. This […]

Estate Planning

Do I Need a Will After My Divorce?

Estate planning can be confusing, especially when it involves tax law. The good news is that Texas is tax-friendly and does not require an estate or death tax; however, it does require an inheritance tax. A federal estate tax is a tax paid based on the net value of the property of the deceased person. […]

Estate Planning

A Brief(ish) Introduction to Texas Inheritance and Estate Taxes