Fred graduated from College of Holy Cross in Worcester MA with a BA in 1967. He... more
Fred graduated from College of Holy Cross in Worcester MA with a BA in 1967. He joined the ranks of those who "get to Texas as soon as they can" when he enrolled in the University of Texas School of Law and received his J.D. in 1970. Fred was Assistant Attorney for the City of Amarillo from 1970 to 1973, when he joined Garland Sell in private practice. He is Texas State Bar Board Certified in R... view profile
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.