San Antonio Estate Attorney Blog

Why is Asset Protection Important?

If you have assets that you have worked hard to earn, you don’t want to see...

Who is Eligible for Aid and Attendance?

Military veterans serve our country and help to protect our freedom, often risking their lives in...

When Should You Have a Power of Attorney Form?

When most people think of a power of attorney form, they think of a person approaching...

What is the Difference Between a Trust and a Living Trust?

Creating various types of trusts are often a good way of protecting the financial assets of...

What is the Difference Between a Probate Lawyer and an Estate Lawyer?

No one lives forever, so when the time comes to make a plan to protect your...

What is Medicaid Estate Planning?

The cost of long-term care for an aging person is known by nearly everyone to be...

What Does an Estate Planning Attorney Do?

You’ve worked hard for the assets you’ve earned in life, and you want to make sure...

Understanding the Differences Between a Will and a Trust

When the time comes to make a plan for the distribution of your financial assets after...

The Most Common Elder Law Questions

When people visit an elder law attorney, they often have concerns about how they will handle...

Frequently Asked Questions for Elder Law Attorneys

Elder law attorneys specialize in dealing with the legal issues that affect the elderly, such as...

Frequently Asked Questions About Medicaid Planning

People who are planning their estates may often want to apply for Medicaid in order to...

Do I Need a Gun Trust?

Many people who live in high-crime areas or who commute through them daily are owners of...
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