No one wants to contemplate what might happen if something were to happen to us, and for parents of young children, this is an especially discomforting thought. We all want what is best and safest for our children, but many of us simply don’t know what that might entail. Are our wills up to date? Who will get custody of the kids if anything happened to us? How will our family be provided for should the unthinkable happen? While we may think we know the answers to these questions, do we really? I know that many people simply think, “there will be time… later”. Unfortunately, later can happen at any time.
To help give you peace of mind, David Weygandt of Weygandt Law in Houston, is offering a free workshop at the Benbrook Library, Saturday October 21 at 10:30 AM to help answer these questions and more. (Mr. Weygandt does request that you register on his website prior to attending. The workshop is free, but there will be a $25 no-show charge). Attendees of the workshop will discover how to protect your children from ever being taken out of your home if the unthinkable happens to you, how to protect your children’s inheritance from lawsuits and divorce, how to have the peace of mind of knowing that your loved ones won’t have to deal with the nightmare of probate, how to legally avoid all estate taxes, and much more. This is priceless legal advice.
David is the founder of Weygandt Law, a law firm dedicated to being your trusted advisor and zealous advocate for a lifetime. David is passionate about keeping businesses and families out of court and out of conflict, and is proud to stand up to the modern Goliath when injustice has been done. As a trusted advisor, David focuses on providing affordable estate planning for families with children and creative legal solutions for businesses. He also assists creative professionals (e.g. writers, composers, performers & business owners) protect their intellectual property. As a zealous advocate, David fights for your rights and obtains justice on your behalf. David’s civil litigation practice includes commercial litigation (breach of contract), personal injury, and mass tort litigation cases. In addition, David helps individuals and businesses seek compensation for physical and economic injuries in both federal and state lawsuits, as well as mass tort settlement programs.
David has experience in all stages of litigation, including drafting pleadings and discovery requests, briefing jurisdictional and procedural issues, arguing for the compulsive production of discovery, taking depositions, and appealing cases to the Fifth Circuit. He is a proud member of the Texas Bar College, an honorary society of lawyers who are among the best trained attorneys in Texas. He is a member of Wealth Counsel, a nationwide network of attorneys dedicated to providing sophisticated and excellent service in today’s dynamic legal environment. David is also a member of many bar associations, including the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Houston Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association for Justice.
This is a rare opportunity to gain valuable information regarding your family’s future security and well-being, so take the time to register and spend an hour or so on Saturday to work towards the peace of mind that can only come from proper planning.