There are few things in life as difficult as seeing a parent lose to ability to care for himself or herself. It is around the holidays that many Texas residents come to this realization after spending more time than usual with their loved ones. Perhaps they notice...
Real Estate Law
Month: December 2016
Medicaid and Transfer on Death Deeds in Texas
The Transfer on Death Deed is one of the newest estate planning tools in Texas. It allows owners of real estate to transfer property to their heirs by deed, outside the probate process. The owner names a primary and contingent beneficiary, who will automatically...
Three reasons a Texas will can be challenged
If you are going through the trouble of creating a will, then you want to make absolutely sure that the will is going to be upheld in court when the time comes. Sadly, there are countless Texas residents who have made mistakes drafting their wills, and their families...