Unfortunately, millions of people pass away without a will which causes families to turn against each other rather than console one another after the passing of their loved one. If a person dies without a will in Texas, the Texas Estate Code determines which family member will take in your estate and not you. If you are sick and unable to make decisions in your best interest, wouldn’t you want to designate a person to make specific decisions for you rather than a next of kin you do not have a close and personal relationship with. The Law Office of Kennisha Dabney Norman offers affordable estate planning documents for simple estates of individuals and married couples that are ready to make important decisions about their last wishes at the time of death, medical decisions, and designating someone to take care of their minor children. Please feel free to contact our attorney when you are ready to begin the estate planning process. The following fee schedule for estate planning services are only an estimate and may increase if your circumstances are unique and complex. If you have significant assets, a blended family, or requesting a trust, the cost of your documents will require an additional fee. Notary services are available for an additional fee.