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Estate Planning and Probate

                 Stephen C. Brewer, Attorney at Law, P.C.
              Serving Northeast Texas from an Office in Hurst

                 Estate Planning Attorney ○ Probate and Estate Administrator
At the law firm of Stephen C. Brewer, Attorney at Law, P.C., in Hurst, Texas, we are committed to
providing comprehensive estate planning, probate, and family law services to families in a cost-
effective manner. We are passionate about families and offering them the legal services they
need. With over 15 years of experience, Mr. Brewer and his legal staff work to reach effective
legal solutions with client’s goals in mind. Contact us for a free 30-minute initial consultation.
We provide legal counsel for estate planning and probate matters related to:

       Wills
       Trusts (including living trusts)
       Powers of attorney
       Medical powers of attorney / living wills / directives to physicians
       Declarations of guardianship
       Designations of agent to control disposition of remains
       Estate tax planning
       Probate and estate administration

Planning now for your future financial and medical well-being may seem like an overwhelming
task. But with the right guidance from a skilled estate planning lawyer, you can properly prepare
your estate so that your family fully understands your desires concerning financial and medical
decisions to be made in the future.
Dedicated to helping families through his range of legal services, Stephen C. Brewer, Attorney at
Law, P.C. offers clients advice and representation that is supported by 15 years of estate
planning experience. He and his legal staff take the time to fully assess a client’s needs and goals
before deciding upon an appropriate legal course of action.
Probate is the legal process by which a person’s debts are paid and assets distributed upon her
or his death. When a will is validated and found to be legally enforceable, it is said to be
“probated.” Typically, family members or other designated people administer estates in probate,
and they may have attorneys assist or handle this task. It is not always necessary for a will to be
formally probated. An experienced probate attorney can help you determine the most beneficial
procedure.
Estate administration laws vary from state to state, so it is important to contact a skilled probate
lawyer to obtain accurate, honest information regarding your estate’s distribution. From our office
in Hurst, estate planning attorney Stephen C. Brewer will help you ensure any estate you may be
responsible for administering is appropriately handled through the formal probate process or
otherwise.
                               Free 30-Minute Initial Consultation



                                          Contact Us Today
                            Stephen C. Brewer, Attorney at Law, P.C.
                                 Hurst Estate Planning Attorneys
                                      460 West Harwood Road
                                           Hurst, TX 76054
                                       Phone: (817) 280-0811
                                     Toll Free: 1 (800) 949-1777
                                         Fax: (817) 282-4127
 Hurst estate planning attorney, Stephen C. Brewer, serves clients throughout Texas, including
  those in the cities of the Mid Cities, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Fort Worth, North Richland Hills,
 Colleyville, Keller, Arlington, Grapevine, Southlake and Watauga and the counties of Tarrant,
                   Parker, Denton, Dallas, Wise, Collin, Ellis, Hood, and Johnson


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