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You don’t have to be rich to need a will. Learn three reasons why you might need a will, even if you have a negative net worth.

If you’re confused about your divorce, something has gone wrong. You should always know what is happening, and what is next. Our Legal Care Philosophy You should always know what is happening in your case, and what is next. I gained a lot of empathy for my clients when dealing with my husband’s health issues. […]

What happens if you die without a will is determined by a set of laws called “intestacy statutes”. If you have a will, your will would go through “probate”, which would pay your debts, and transfer your assets to your heirs. Texas probate is straightforward and simple. If you don’t have a will, it is […]

It is extremely important to have a current will so you can be sure that your assets are distributed in accordance with your desires. But what if you die without ever having made a will?

Legal questions are not always black and white. Some legal questions have clear answers. If I take a dollar from my paycheck and buy a lottery ticket and win, the winnings are community property. But a lot of of legal questions don’t have clear answers. If a wonderful step-father wants to adopt, but the biological […]

How can you do well in court during your divorce or custody trial? Tell the truth. First, to your attorney, and then, when you are on the stand. I do not want my clients to try and make themselves look good. That’s my job. I tell my clients that when they talk to me, I […]

Probate is a legal process that deals with the assets and debts left behind after someone dies. By default, probate is supervised by a court, called the probate court. Note that the term “probate” can be used to describe the legal process, the court in which the process takes place, or the distribution of assets. […]

A will or testament is a legal document by which a person, the testator, expresses his/her wishes as to how their property is to be distributed at death, and names one or more persons as executor to manage the estate until its final distribution. if a person dies without a will, the State gets to […]

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