The Probate Process in Texas With and Without a Will

Have you ever wondered exactly what happens to your property, bank accounts, possessions and everything else you own after you die? All of your assets will go through a process known as probate, even if you have an estate plan. It's important to und...

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Estate

Planning for Incapacity in Your Estate Plan

No one enjoys thinking about the possibility of being unable to make their own decisions. However, should we ever become incapacitated from illness, injury or other reasons, having an estate plan in place ensures your wishes will still be carried out...

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Estate

Updating Your Estate Plan After Divorce in Texas

Going through a divorce can be mentally and emotionally draining, so it's understandable that updating your estate plan may not be a priority. However, to ensure that assets are distributed according to your wishes, it's crucial to update your estat...

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Estate

Protecting Your Child Against an Abusive Family Member

First, if you're in danger because your spouse is violent and you're able to get away, leave quickly and get to a safe location. Call the police and then call the DFPS Texas Abuse Hotline at 1-800-252-5400. Your Options for Protection Against Abuse ...

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Family Law

Sole Custody vs Joint Custody in Divorce

There are few things in life more sacred than the relationship between a parent and their child. Most people would do anything for their kids. And it's true, many people make tough sacrifices every day to ensure their children have the best lives pos...

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Divorce