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Trusts are not always trustworthy in the context of a divorce in Texas

Aside from my bad attempt at humor in the title to this blog post, the subject of how spouses structure and protect their assets is very important. I think a lot of people will consider whether or not ...
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Can I Still get Child Support After the Paying Spouse Dies in Texas?

Recently, a prior client who I had represented in her divorce came in to discuss some recent developments in her case. Her questions caused me to look into an area of child support law that I was ...
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Texas Estate Planning, Divorce and Protecting Assets

People are often reluctant to talk or think about the inevitable, and estate planning involves that very thing. The experience in our office is that, most of our clients, are glad once they put a plan ...
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Divorcing After Age 50 in Texas: What it Can Mean for You and Your Spouse

Known as " gray divorces," marital dissolution of couples over the age of fifty are on the rise in our country. While a divorce is an especially stressful and emotion laden time for any ...
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Texas Child Support – Trust and Annuities

In some cases, the parent who is ordered to make child support payments may be concerned that the other parent will not spend all of the money on the children. A trust or annuity may be a good option ...
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The Basics Of A Will

Who Needs a Will? Everyone needs a will !! If you don’t currently have a will, your loved ones may not receive the assets you wish to leave them in the event of your death. What is a Will? A ...
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Why having a will is important...

Why do I need a will? Worse than passing away without having a will is dying with a do-it-yourself will or a will from a service such as legal zoom. While estate taxation is a straightforward issue in ...
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