Communities We Serve: Fort Worth, Texas
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Forth Worth . . . Where the West Begins
The City of Cowboys and Culture is the place to go to experience the great American West, with its culinary treats and amazing art. Known by many as the No. 1 downtown area in the country. It is located only minutes away from the AT&T Stadium and the DFW International Airport. Fort Worth can be the perfect location for a weekend getaway, a business meeting, to enjoy a sporting event or a family reunion.
A huge city with a huge history
Fort Worth, the fifth-largest city in Texas and the 16th-largest city in the country, covers nearly 350 square miles. It is estimated that Fort Worth is home to more than 850,000 people making it the second-largest city in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area or the “DFW Metroplex.”
If you love art and admire amazing architecture, then you’ll love Fort Worth
Fort Worth’s downtown area is certainly dynamic. Home to the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and numerous world-class museums, the beautiful architecture was designed by contemporary architects known around the world. The Kimbell Art Museum reportedly has one of the best art collections in Texas and was designed by Louis Kahn. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth was designed by Tadao Ando. The Amon Carter Museum of American Art was designed by Philip Johnson and is home to one of the most extensive collections of American art in the world. The Sid Richardson Museum, redesigned by David M. Schwarz, is known for its collection focused on Western Art, with an emphasis on Frederic Remington and Charles Russell.
Travel the famous brewery trails of Fort Worth
The number of Fort Worth’s homegrown breweries has exploded, providing locals and visitors with a nearly unending variety of amazing beers to sample. Whether you consider yourself a beer novice or an expert, there is so much to experience. In fact, the city provides a map to make it easier to navigate the Ale Trail.
What other exciting things are there to do in Fort Worth?
To understand why Fort Worth is considered so dynamic, you must first recognize the wide range of experiences the city offers. The Cultural District offers a look at priceless masterpieces and the Stockyards National Historic District allows you to explore the true American West. Hit the Sundance Square, with 35 blocks of dining or shopping or enjoy a show at Bass Performance Hall. Fort Worth restaurants offer everything from Tex-Mex and BBQ to world-class cuisine. Other exciting attractions include the Museum of Living Art, the Fort Worth Zoo, the Texas Motor Speedway, and AT&T Stadium with Dallas Cowboy Game Packages available.
Fort Worth residents need to consider incapacity planning in their estate plans
Here at The Vermillion Law Firm, LLC, we take our commitment to our neighbors in Fort Worth to heart. Having an estate plan is important for you and your family because it gives you the chance to decide now how you want your property distributed after your death. It also allows you to engage in incapacity planning when your family will need the power to act on your behalf when you are unable to do so. Dallas estate planning can involve several different tools depending on your goals. But remember, incapacity planning is important to include, as well.
Incapacity Planning should not be overlooked
While you may not think it could ever happen to you, incapacity can be an unexpected consequence of an illness or accident. Incapacity can be physical, mental or both. It can be permanent or only temporary. Regardless of the nature of the incapacity, if you have an incapacity plan in place, it will be a lot less stressful on your family. In the legal sense, the term “incapacity” means the ability to understand the nature and consequences of legal proceedings. When it comes to estate planning, it usually refers to the inability to make your own decisions or manage your own affairs. Without a plan, you will likely be appointed a conservator or guardian.
If you have questions regarding trusts or any other estate planning matters, please contact the experienced attorneys at The Vermillion Law Firm, LLC for a consultation. You can contact us either online or by calling us toll-free at (888) 567-5745. We are here to help!