Gray Reed attorney Greg Sampson recently spoke with Karen Borta of CBS’s Plugged In To DFW about end of life planning. Greg covered when the right time to make a will is and how often you should revise it, the importance of advance (medical) care planning, and at what point someone should discuss these things with an attorney.
To see the four-part series included:
Part 1 – Making a Will
Part 2 – Advance Care Planning
Part 3 – Advance Care Planning
Part 4 – When to Talk to a Lawyer
Greg focuses his practice on estate planning, asset protection planning, trusts, executive compensation and non-profit entities. He is highly experienced in counseling clients on wealth transfers, including estate and gift tax planning, charitable planning, retirement planning, estate and trust management, family asset management and taxation of tax-exempt organizations. Greg is Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and earned both his J.D. and B.A. from Southern Methodist University.
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