George Jones sudden death should be a reminder to get a Last Will and Testament. If you already have a Will, you should take it out and review it. If changes need to be made to your Will, you should contact an attorney. Do not write on your type written Will as you could invalidate your entire Will.

If you need a Last Will and Testament or need to update your current Will, call me, Cari Brownlee, at 281-998-8880.


If you need a Last Will and Testament, you are looking for an estate planning attorney.

In Texas, parents are not required to leave their property to their children.  An individual may disinherit his or her children in a will.  However, without a will, the property passes according to Texas law under the intestate distribution statutes and property may pass to heirs you would not have chosen.

Following funeral arrangements, you will want to take the original will to a probate attorney.  The probate attorney will guide you through the process of probating the will and notify you of all your duties and responsibilities as executor or executrix.

If you are in need of a probate attorney, call me, Cari Brownlee, at 281-998-8880.

There are numerous reasons why a person should have a Last Will and Testament.  First off, surely you have an idea as to who you would like your property to pass to after your death.  Dying without a will, you risk the possibility that those individuals you want your property to pass to might not inherit your property.  When a person dies without a will, that person’s property is distributed by law. The law does not play favorites.  Therefore, your devoted friend that cared for you for years will get nothing, unless you provided for your friend in your will.