Wills and estate planning aren’t always straightforward. Some clients may have a lot of assets or a blended family, for example. 

When people plan their wills and estates, it’s important to hire an attorney who understands the process inside and out. If you’re seeking an attorney in Texas, then you’ll need someone who understands wills and estates in light of Texas law. 

As complicated as these topics can get, however, it’s always a good idea to plan for the future. The right attorney can help you keep things as simple as possible for your family. 

Sarina Hager handles wills and estate planning in Tyler, TX. She can guide you through the process and answer your questions. 

Will Drafting and Modification 

Whether you’re drawing up your will for the first time or modifying your existing will, you may have a lot of questions. Sarina Hager has provided legal help for both brand-new wills and modifications to existing ones. She can walk you through each step, answer your questions, and offer counsel. 

Estate Planning 

Estate planning, much like drafting a will, includes documents that don’t apply until after death. However, estate planning differs from will drafting because it also includes documents that go into effect while you’re still living. 

During the estate planning process, you and your attorney will discuss all kinds of concerns, including living wills/directives to physicians, medical and financial powers of attorney, guardianships, healthcare, finances, assets, and more. 

Estate planning is a commitment, and it involves many steps. It’s easy and understandable to get overwhelmed during this process. Sarina carefully walks her clients through each step, and she makes herself available to answer questions. Whether a client wants to begin estate planning or change existing estate documents, Sarina leverages her legal knowledge and patience to help the client create a plan they can understand and have confidence in. 

Why Choose Sarina Hager for Wills and Estate Planning? 

Planning your will and estate documents is a big step. It takes a lot of work, and it’s important that you have the right attorney on your side as you walk through the process. Sarina has been recommended for wills and estate planning because she’s deeply familiar with these processes and because she walks her clients through each step with care. 

Compassionate Help 

Planning a will or estate document can be an emotional process. Nobody likes to think about dying or becoming incapacitated, but people want to make sure that their loved ones will always have what they need. 

Sarina understands how tough these processes can get, which is why she always provides compassionate help. No matter how her clients may feel about drafting a will or planning their estate, Sarina uses an understanding approach to guide her clients through every step. 

Years of Experience 

Sarina has a broad range of legal knowledge and has been licensed to practice law since 1993. Her experience spans from corporate law to family law, and she’s served as an advocate in other capacities. Sarina has a deep and multifaceted understanding of wills and estate planning, so she’s equipped to answer her clients’ questions. 

Advocate for Families 

A key aspect of wills and estate planning is making sure that your family members are treated fairly. You’ll want to make sure that your family members, including your children, will be taken care of in the event of your death or incapacitation. As a result, your attorney will act as a co-advocate of sorts for your family members. That’s why your attorney should know what it takes to be an advocate. 

Sarina understands family advocacy. She has advocated for children and families for decades, both inside and outside her legal practice. Serving families is the most important part of what Sarina does. 

Contact Sarina Hager for a Consultation 

Planning your will and estate is an intricate process. Your attorney should approach that process with skill, experience, and understanding. Sarina Hager has helped many clients with their wills and estate documents. If you have questions about drafting your will or planning your estate, contact Hager Law to schedule your consultation.

What our clients say

We were apprehensive when we learned you would not be handling Ashley’s court appearance last Friday and Cary Christie would be handling the hearing. Our apprehension proved to be unfounded. Cary did an exemplary job. Prior to the hearing, she spent considerable time getting to know Ashley and the details of the case. As to be expected, Ashley was very nervous about appearing in Court and telling her story to the Judge. Cary put her at ease and helped Ashley get through what was a very emotional and very stressful situation for her.
We were well pleased.

-Richard Perryman
*Client's name has been changed for confidentiality.