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October 31, 2016

Understanding Creditors’ Rights in Texas Probate

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At a high level, administering a decedent’s estate in Texas involves a three-step process: (i) inventory and collect the decedent’s assets, (ii) pay the decedent’s creditor’s, and then (iii) distribute the remaining assets to the decedent’s beneficiaries (according to his or her estate plan) or heirs (in accordance with the law). You will notice in this chain of events that creditors are entitled to payment before any assets get distributed to the decedent’s loved ones.

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Categories: Probate and Estate/Trust Administration

October 27, 2016

Five Reasons Not to Get Your Divorce Online

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If you have been doing your research about filing for divorce, you have probably come across more than one website offering the promise of getting your divorce online. While this may seem like an appealing, low-cost option, there are a number of reasons why going through the divorce process online is not ideal for most spouses. Consider, for example, the following:

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce

October 25, 2016

Should You Consider a Prenuptial Agreement?

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Whether this is your first marriage or you have been married before, a lot of things will change when you say, “I do.” Even for couples who have lived together previously, getting married has implications far beyond giving you new options on your annual tax return.

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce


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