May, 2022 | Silberman Law Firm, PLLC - Part 2

Inheritance and Estate Taxes in Texas

Writing a will is helpful for family members at an emotionally challenging time. Choosing beneficiaries and designating their assets is a major focus of estate planning. However, one issue that sometimes catches beneficiaries by surprise is the unexpected costs associated with assets the beneficiary may receive. Particularly concerning is the potential for inheritance and estate […]


New Regulations for Food Delivery Services in Texas

When the pandemic hit, more people than ever before turned to third-party food delivery services as restaurants closed and people hesitated to go out. Services such as DoorDash and GrubHub quickly found business booming. However, restaurants and customers began to complain about some of their practices. In response to these complaints, a new Texas bill, […]


Assumed Names in Texas

For any number of reasons, an individual or corporation may do business under an assumed name, also known as a DBA (Doing Business As). According to SOSDirect, “By filing an assumed name certificate, you are notifying the public that a particular business entity intends to conduct business under a name other than its legal name. […]


Consideration For Texas Deeds

Because it identifies in writing the legal and equitable title of real property to its rightful owner, a deed is a critical document for anyone owning property. A Texas deed may come in one of several different forms; it could be a special warranty deed, a general warranty deed, a transfer on death deed, or […]


Gift Deeds in Texas

When a person wants to transfer real property to another person not listed on the original deed, one option in Texas for that type of transaction is a gift deed, which could take the form of either a special warranty deed or a general warranty deed. As its title indicates, the gift deed transfers ownership […]


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