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When Complex Estate Planning and Trusts Become Necessary

When considering estate planning, it’s essential to understand who truly needs complex instruments like living trusts. Contrary to popular belief, the vast majority of individuals do not require extensive estate planning. For most Texans, a straightforward will and basic powers of attorney are sufficient to ensure their assets are managed and distributed according to their […]


Can You Sue Your Spouse for Partition in Texas?

In Texas, the concept of partition is a legal mechanism that allows co-owners of property to divide their shared interest when they cannot agree on the disposition of the property. However, when it comes to partitioning property with your spouse, the situation becomes more complex. What is Partition? Partition is used when two or more […]


Navigating the Junk Fee Prevention Act

In recent years, “junk fees” have become a pervasive issue affecting consumers across various industries. These hidden or deceptive fees are often added to the cost of goods and services, leading to unexpected expenses for consumers. To address this, the Biden administration has proposed the Junk Fee Prevention Act, aimed at curbing these unfair practices. […]


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