When a person passes away, the grief associated with that loss is difficult to manage. But when legal matters related to the estate become part of the equation, grief can quickly turn …Read More
San Antonio citizens of all ages and levels of wealth should have an estate plan in place. Here are 9 things you need to know about estate planning.
If you’re thinking of starting a new business in San Antonio or changing the structure of an existing business, creating a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Texas can offer several …Read More
Medicaid is a healthcare program for families and older Americans with limited financial resources. It is designed for people of all ages who don’t have the necessary means to pay for health …Read More
If you’re an avid gun enthusiast like many other people in San Antonio and throughout Texas, then you are also concerned about your gun rights and responsibilities, as you should be.
Although less …Read More
As a business owner, you are juggling a million different things at any given time.
With many of those challenges you can deal with by yourself, but in other instances, you …Read More
A power of attorney is a legal document that entitles a person to appoint an individual or an organization to manage their affairs if that person is unable to …Read More
A revocable trust is an agreement that allows an individual to sign a trust agreement that names another person as an executor with the power to administer the assets that are placed in the …Read More
San Antonio residents who are veterans that have served in the United States military may be eligible for a pension benefit known as Aid and Attendance.
Aid & Attendance is …Read More
There are about 2.4 million people in Texas who are 65 years or older. As Texas’s population continues to age, the Texas Attorney General is responsible for administering a series of rights …Read More
Taking the appropriate legal steps to protect your assets from individuals and businesses who are seeking money judgments against you is critical to maintaining your long-term financial health.
Asset protection is sometimes called …Read More
Residents of San Antonio who want to save probate costs and establish a long-term way to manage their assets may want to explore the possibility of creating a living trust.
A revocable living trust …Read More