Family Law A legal information site to help you with your family law matters.
Discussion includes divorce processes - an in depth analysis of the divorce
processes, jurisdiction and matters that are involved in family law litigation.
The child custody pages discuss custody, the determinants of custody, joint
managing conservator, the primary conservator, rights and duties, possession,
child support and health insurance among other issues. The property pages
discuss division of property, factors involved in the division of property,
separate property together with examples, tracing of separate property and
community property. Further articles address enforcement, contempt,
grand-parent access, UCCJEA (interstate custody litigation).
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Probate In Texas, the probate process is not the complex matter that you may have
been led to believe or as is conducted in other states. Given a properly
authenticated Will it is a rather simple, albeit sometimes time consumptive,
process. Hopefully, you have the original Will in your possession, it is
self proved and properly authenticated If true, then there should not be any
difficulty admitting the Will to probate. Follow this link to learn more:
Texas Estate Planning:
Trusts, Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney, and Living Wills
(Directive to Physicians) Avoid probate? You have probably heard a lot of talk about that.
Frankly, it is a good idea. Not that the probate process is difficult in Texas
but consider this - with a Living Trust all assets are owned by the Trust - a
vehicle for the management of property similar to a LLC or Sub S Corporation.
Since the Trust owns the property, when the Decedent dies all property owned by
the Trust immediately comes under the control of the subsequent Trustee and can
be immediately distributed by the Trustee. The Trust is then closed.
A Durable Power of Attorney and Medical Power of Attorney allows your designated
agent to manage your assets and make health care decisions for you in the event
you become incapacitated or otherwise unable to handle your affairs. It is a
good idea. It avoids a guardianship proceeding. The Living Will or
Directive to Physicians is a document that directs your physician to remove you
from a life support system in the event your condition is such that no hope of
recovery exists. Modern medicine can someone who is "brain dead," for example,
alive for years. To learn more about Estate Planning follow this link:
Texas Estate Planning.