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    Understanding Trust Administration

    The wealth you’ve earned in your life can help your family continue after your death. An experienced probate lawyer from The Voeller Law Firm can draft a legal document that properly administers your trust and protects your assets. We can provide the necessary legal advice to design a trust that works best for your family. … Continue reading “Understanding Trust Administration”

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    Avoiding Probate in Texas

    Probate court hearings can be stressful and costly for a family. This is why it’s important to find ways to avoid probate in Texas. With the implementation of different legal arrangements, our probate lawyer can help you to achieve this goal. We understand the different types of trusts and can explain each to you to … Continue reading “Avoiding Probate in Texas”

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    What Does a Probate Lawyer Do?

    Probate refers to proof of wills. In Texas probate law, most wills direct a named executor to pursue independent administration. This is because it’s easier and less expensive. The state, then, takes a somewhat hands-off approach to these types of arrangements. Our Texas probate lawyer at The Voeller Law Firm has years of experience representing … Continue reading “What Does a Probate Lawyer Do?”

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    Is Probate Required If There Is a Will?

    Probate is the way that some assets are passed from the deceased person to their heirs or beneficiaries. While probate is not required if there is a will, there are some legal obligations that the executor must complete. These can be complex and difficult to understand. A San Antonio probate attorney from the Voeller Law … Continue reading “Is Probate Required If There Is a Will?”

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    Guardianship Disputes in San Antonio

    In Texas, the processes involving guardianship can be difficult to understand. However, our experienced family law attorneys at the Voeller Law Firm can be a source of information and support during this challenging time. We have years of experience and know how to effectively navigate the legal system when it comes to guardianship cases in … Continue reading “Guardianship Disputes in San Antonio”

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    Do Living Trusts Protect Assets from Creditors?

    When you take the time to create a trust to hold your money and safeguard your assets, keeping them out of the hands of creditors is important. However, not all trusts can protect your assets from creditors. At the Voeller Law Firm, one of our probate lawyers can ensure that you choose one that works … Continue reading “Do Living Trusts Protect Assets from Creditors?”

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    How to Protect Your Assets from Lawsuits

    If you don’t properly protect your assets, they can be lost in a lawsuit. With the help of one of our probate lawyers at the Voeller Law Firm, you can ensure that your assets are always protected. We can discuss the types of legal arrangements that are available and help you execute whichever you choose. … Continue reading “How to Protect Your Assets from Lawsuits”

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    How Do I Prepare for Estate Planning?

    Meeting with an estate planning attorney doesn’t have to be a stressful experience. When you’ve considered all of the things that you may be asked beforehand, you’ll be prepared to make tough decisions for your future. At the Voeller Law Firm, we are well-versed in all legal documents associated with estate planning in Texas. We … Continue reading “How Do I Prepare for Estate Planning?”

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    How Do I Choose an Estate Planning Attorney?

    When you’re searching for an experienced San Antonio estate planning attorney, you want to hire someone with experience, knowledge of all estate planning laws, and a proven skill set to represent you and your family. With estate planning, a series of legal documents are drawn up, so making sure that you hire someone that understands … Continue reading “How Do I Choose an Estate Planning Attorney?”

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    Do I Need a Trust for a Suppressor?

    A suppressor is considered a Title II firearm. It’s common for individuals to have questions about using a regular or existing trust to purchase a suppressor. However, in Texas, it is not required to have a gun trust to purchase a suppressor. It can be purchased by an individual, a trust, or a business entity. … Continue reading “Do I Need a Trust for a Suppressor?”

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