Every year, Texas adds 500,000 new residents. Along with changing car registration and forwarding mail, updating an estate plan should…
Why You Should Try Mediation for Your Divorce in Texas
Your mediator will help you determine what issues need to be addressed and ask questions about your needs, constraints, and hopes for dividing your assets, creating a custody or parenting agreement, and child or spousal support.
Estate Planning: Elder Law and Trusts
Planning for your future involves more than just saving for retirement. As we grow older the importance of creating a…
Wills and Living Trusts: The Basics
One of the most common dilemmas is whether to have a will or a living trust—or both. Texas Legal Members are able to create and/or update their estate plans once a plan year. Knowing the fundamentals and basics of wills and living trusts will help you make the right decision.
Bankruptcy: Pros and Cons of Chapter 7
Determine whether a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a good option for you and your family. Texas Legal network attorney Douglas…
The Bankruptcy Reform Act: What It Means to You
Bankruptcy is a serious decision and should not be entered into without exploring all other options first. A bankruptcy notation on your credit record (particularly a Chapter 7) can negatively impact such future decisions as buying a home or car, renting an apartment, purchasing insurance, and securing employment. Before minor problems become major, obtain comprehensive financial counseling.