Estate Law in Texas with Lorie Burch

If you don’t have a will, the state of Texas has one for you. Estate Law Authority Lorie Burch is back for another impactful episode to help us prepare for the eventual loss of a family member. If you assume your children go to the spouse in the event of death, or to a relative in the event both parents die at the same time – you would be terribly incorrect. Combined families and non-traditional families frequently suffer from poor strategic estate planning, and that can leave surviving family members with no recourse, or worse yet, children can become wards of the state. Listen in to this highly significant and eye-opening episode and determine to solve this for your family.

Who you’re in business with matters! To get in contact with Lorie for all of your estate planning needs (and seriously, if you don’t have a will, contact her!), use any of the methods listed below, and be sure to check out the first part of the episode!
Lorie Burch: Burch Law
Lorie Burch: CYA Will
Facebook: Burch Law
Instagram: @burchlawtx
Twitter: @lorieburch
YouTube: @lorieburch3436

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I guess you can take the girl out of Texas but you can't take Texas out of the girl. I was born here in Dallas and moved away at age 8. After 30 years of moving around the United States, as a child with the family and as an adult without them, I finally found myself back in Dallas. Since I returned in 2001 I have sold furniture for Crate&Barrel and Real Estate with Keller Williams. It is my hope to share with you what I love, question, and find interesting here in DFW.

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