Why Wills Are Needed

A will is the single most important item there is to ensure that your property is received by the intended person after your death. The upfront cost of having a will completed far outweighs the expense of having a contested probate matter. The last thing anyone wants is for family and friends to have a feud over your belongings.

A will help ensure that all of your final wishes are carried out in the manner that you wish.

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Cheryl Wulf

Cheryl is a Tyler Family Law Attorney and Personal Injury Lawyer. Cheryl graduated from the University of Texas in Austin and the South Texas School of Law. Cheryl started her legal career in 2003 and has been helping families across Texas every since. Cheryl's practice mainly consists of Family Law matters such as divorce and child custody issues and Personal Injury cases such as car accident and wrongful death claims.

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