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3 Reasons You May Need A Guardianship

Guardianships are a complicated legal proceeding. Most people have no clue exactly how complicated and expensive they are. However, there are estate planning tools that avoid you having to create a guardianship.

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What Is A Power Of Attorney And When Do I Need One?

What Is A Power Of Attorney?

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Avoid Probate: 3 Easy Estate Planning Tools

Here are three simple tools that help you pass on assets at death without the necessity of probate, saving all parties money, time, and stress.

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What Are Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements And Why Would I Need One?

A common misconception about prenuptial and postnuptial agreements is that they are only desired by wealthy, greedy individuals. Truthfully, many couples benefit from having such an agreement in place.

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What Are The Legal Steps In A Foreclosure?

You are carrying the note on the sale of a property, and the borrower has missed several payments, has failed to provide proof of insurance, or has not paid the property taxes. If your efforts to get them to comply have been unsuccessful, it may be time to foreclose on the property.

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Should I Agree To Carry The Note On The Sale Of Property?

When should a property owner carry the note on the sale of a property? There are four key factors you should consider before deciding to finance the sale of your property.

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Should I Consult An Attorney Before Signing A Lease?

Entering into a legal contract to lease property can be overwhelming and confusing, and you may be uncertain what you are committing yourself to. Whether you are looking to sign a residential or commercial lease, having an attorney assist you can be helpful and will ease your concerns.

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What Happens In Probate in Texas?

There are generally two types of probate in Texas where the decedent had a will. A full probate or a muniment of title are the two main options. A muniment of title probate is only available when there are no debts of the estate other than those secured by liens on real estate.

A full probate in Texas is complex and can be difficult to navigate without the legal counsel of an experienced probate attorney. There are many steps in the process, all of which are essential to legally settling an estate.

After the Will is located and it is determined who will serve as executor, the executor (or someone on his or her behalf) applies to the court in the county where the deceased had legal residence to probate the will.

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5 Times You May Need An Attorney To Help You Buy Or Sell A Home

5 Times You May Need An Attorney To Help You Buy Or Sell A Home

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What Is A Limited Partnership?

What Is A Limited Partnership?

A limited partnership is just another type of partnership. It is different from a general partnership because it has both general partners and limited partners. A limited partnership is also considered a distinct entity from its partners.

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