Before a person can sign a Will, Texas law requires that they have “testamentary capacity.” This means that the person has sufficient mental ability to understand that he is making a will, the effect of making a will, and the general Read More

Your Texas Living Trust estate plan is a key piece in making sure your objectives are carried out after you are no longer able to carry them out yourself. If it is drafted well and is pro-active in avoiding foreseeable Read More

Your estate is normally administered in the state where you live. But what happens if you live in Texas but also own real estate in one or more other states? Due to the requirements of land records and title insurance Read More

A Will is not the only way to transfer assets to your family members after you pass away, and in many cases other methods would be preferable. Every family is different, and depending on the form that your assets are in Read More