Planning for Special Circumstances

Five Reasons Why Parents of Young Children Need Estate Planning

If you are a parent of young children, getting your estate plans in order can help you ensure that your minor children will be protected in the…

The Complexities of Intestacy in Blended Families

The Complexities of Intestacy for Blended Families in Texas

Having a will is important for every adult, but especially so if you are part of a blended family. Without a will, your assets will be…

How Property Distributed When Someone Dies Without A Will

The Complexities of Intestacy in Texas

Many people may assume that if they are married and die without a Will in Texas, their surviving spouse will inherit their entire estate. You might…

How Property Distributed When Someone Dies Without A Will

Intestate Distribution for the Single Parent — What Happens If You Die Without a Will in Texas?

If you are an unmarried person who dies without a Will in Texas, the Texas intestacy statutes will dictate how and to whom your assets will…

How Property Distributed When Someone Dies Without A Will

I’m Single and Have No Children . . . What Happens if I Die Without a Will in Texas?

If you are an unmarried person who dies without a valid Texas Will, the Texas intestacy statutes will determine how your property will be divided. …

FAQs About Wills

Why Don’t You Have a Will?

Most people recognize the importance of having a will. But a study done nationally in 2007 found that over half (57%) of all…