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Veterans can get extra help through Aid & Attendance benefits 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 a little-known disability income benefit. It is specifically for veterans who require the aid and...
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Protecting the rights of the elderly in Texas 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 specifically aimed at serving and protecting seniors. The Attorney General is responsible for investigating abuse,...
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Protecting your assets from civil money judgments 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 debtor-creditor law, and the goal is to insulate assets from creditors without concealing them or...
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Living trusts offer many advantages 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 is designed specifically to avoid probate, which is the court-supervised process of the legal disposition of...
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James Voeller, Esq. Attorney at Law James Voeller is an attorney licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas. He began his career as a member of the staff of the Minneapolis office of Ernst & Whinney. From there, James worked as an associate with the law firm of Wiese & Cox of Minneapolis before establishing...
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In Memoria David G. Voeller, Esquire, was employed with the Voeller Law Firm from March of 2011 until his unexpected and untimely death on September 25, 2018. David attended Excelsior College in Albany, New York, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in General Business. David then attended law school at...
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Angie Schroeder Client Services Director Angie Schroeder possesses a wide variety of over 10 years of experience in the legal field involving all aspects of Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Corporate, Probate, Family, Criminal, and Social Security law. She also has a background in Real Estate and Employment law for a Fortune 500 Company. Angie transferred to...
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The digital afterlife is among many conversations that people can engage in when making end-of-life decisions. Ignoring or evading such talks for emotional reasons may have the opposite desired outcome in the end, and prevent loved ones from enjoying their limited time together. Have you considered how many digital accounts you have out in cyberspace?...
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