Emily S. Rickers graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 2004 and... more
Emily S. Rickers graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 2004 and began practicing law in the Rio Grande Valley. She began her legal career handling probate cases and real estate matters, bringing water, wastewater, and clear title to substandard rural developments. These complex cases helped develop her creative and practical approach to solving difficult problems, working wit... view profile
I chose to be a lawyer because it is an honorable way to earn a living. In my... more
I chose to be a lawyer because it is an honorable way to earn a living. In my profession I help people solve problems that matter to them, and make a difference every day. I believe that, along with being an advocate for my client, I am in a unique position to be a counselor as well and provide direction and advice for the future. I am married to Rachelle, and we have two great ki... view profile
Fort Worth family law attorney focusing on divorce, collaborative law, modification... more
Fort Worth family law attorney focusing on divorce, collaborative law, modification and enforcement of child support, modification and enforcement of custody and visitation, grandparents' rights, parental rights termination, and adoption.
A written will lets you decide what happens to your money and property after you die, while a living will lets you decide whether or not you wish to be placed on a medical life support system if you become disabled or incapacitated. Wills attorneys and living wills attorneys know all of the language that must be included in your will documents so that things happen the way you want. Because it's impossible for anyone to explain a will after his or her death, it is very important that the will meets all legal requirements. A wills attorney will ensure it does.