As you work on your estate plan, among the things you might consider including is a trust. There are numerous kinds of trusts. One type you may have heard of and be curious about is a revocable living trust.
A promotion to a high level position may be the professional chance of a life of a lifetime. But like the old adage says, what you gain professionally you may lose emotionally; meaning that your professional ascent may lead to the demise of a marriage.
Many people spend significant time on social media. Some people spend hours a day scrolling newsfeeds, sharing links, updating status, taking photos, sharing videos – all on their favorite social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat or Twitter.
With the current laws in place, there is no clear answer as to who can access and manage your online assets if you become incapacitated or die.
World leaders have often tragically discovered what the opposite of negotiation is. It’s been said that when you cannot negotiate, when you cannot talk, when you cannot reach agreements, then you have war. When it comes to your children, you don’t want to drag them into a war. You’ll want to negotiate.
Texas is one of several states that uses the rules of community property to determine the split of assets and debts in the event of a divorce. Here’s what you need to know to make sure you get your fair share.
Estate planning is essentially the process by which you determine how to distribute your assets once you pass away. Although it might at first sound like a grim topic, it’s actually about life; what you have built over the years can help your loved ones live comfortably after you’re gone.
During divorce, many Texas fathers worry that splitting from their spouse will result in a split from their children. Traditionally, a mother was granted custody of her children after divorce, and a father’s involvement was limited.
During a divorce, your world turns upside down. You are already losing your spouse, now you worry that you also have to lose your home.
You and your spouse are young and healthy. You are busy juggling work and taking care of your children. Writing a will may be the last thing on your mind. However, all parents should prepare a will in case of an emergency.