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What Is A Will?

A will is a document whereby the testator can name beneficiaries to receive property upon their passing. It can also define other roles, such as the executor, who would be the person to wind up the estate.  It could …

Necessary Parties Involved In Creating An Estate Plan

Necessary Parties Involved In Creating An Estate Plan
In regards to a will, you’ve got the person making the will, who is the testator, and the beneficiaries, who are going to benefit from that will. Oftentimes, we’ll include contingent trust …

What Is Estate Planning?

What Is Estate Planning?

An estate plan is a way of simplifying things in the event that you are incapacitated or you are deceased.
If you don’t have a plan, the state has a default plan for you. Of course, falling …

What is community property and what is separate property?

Texas is a “community property” state meaning that property is classified as either community property or separate property.

Property owned prior to a marriage is separate property while property acquired during the marriage is presumed to be community property.  However, …