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

Beginning January 1, 2014 Texas has a new statutory power of attorney. Customized power of attorney forms are still as valid as they were before to handle special situations like real estate transactions or medicaid asset protection; however, if you Read More

If you have a family member or loved one that is disabled they are probably eligible for or already receiving benefits from one or more government programs. Many of the government programs (Texas Medicaid being the most common) have limits Read More