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  • Estate planning issues to address in conjunction with a divorce case
    Estate planning issues to address in conjunction with a divorce case

    One of the questions that I always ask clients as they prepare for a divorce is whether or not he or she has a Will in place. Many will tell me no, and that their reason for never having had one ...

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  • Estate planning, marriage and divorce: What you need to know
    Estate planning, marriage and divorce: What you need to know

    The word “adulting” has been added to our lexicon in recent years in referencing to activities that are thought to display the qualities of being an adult. Things like waking up early for work, ...

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  • Can I Still get Child Support After the Paying Spouse Dies in Texas?
    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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  • Until Death Do Us Part and the Texas Divorce?
    Until Death Do Us Part and the Texas Divorce?

    We have written about in previous blogs about the importance of having an estate plan in place during a Texas Divorce should something happen to you while you are going through a divorce. I was ...

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  • Non-Marital Conjugal Cohabitation Agreements for the Unmarried Couple in Texas
    Non-Marital Conjugal Cohabitation Agreements for the Unmarried Couple in Texas

    Over the past 6 months, I have met with several potential clients who decided to make some major financial decisions with their boyfriend or girlfriend and unfortunately the relationship did not work ...

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  • Why You Should Have a Will
    Why You Should Have a Will

    Why You Should Have a Will Your will directs how, and to whom, your estate will be distributed upon your death. If you die without a will (“intestate”), your assets are distributed according to Texas ...

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