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 Last Will and Testament is a very important legal document for you and everyone affected by it, and in order for it to be recognized as legally valid it must meet a very strict set of requirements. These strict Read More