San Antonio Estate Attorney Blog

What is a Gun Trust and How Does It Work?

If you want to own guns in Texas and are interested in purchasing Title II firearms...

What Are the Requirements for a Will to Be Valid in Texas?

The state of Texas recognizes three types of wills as valid if they all possess two...

The Pros and Cons of Texas Guardianships

Guardianship basics Age, disease, or accident may deprive a person of the capability to care for...

Texas Probate: An Overview

Texas state probate law requires that all estate assets are gathered and that all the decedent’s...

Questions You Should Ask an Estate Planning Attorney

The probate process begins with a knowledgeable attorney, skilled at balancing all the moving components of...

Protecting Your Assets with Medicaid Asset Protection Trust

When a Medicaid candidate has an overabundance of assets, the Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts (MAPT) can...

Legal Documents All Seniors Should Have

The legal needs of seniors are varied and numerous. What was once easy for us becomes...

How Do I Set Up a Revocable Trust in Texas?

The initial step to creating a revocable trust is to sign a trust agreement. There are...

Frequently Asked Questions About Living Trusts

What is a living trust? A trust is a legal entity that is utilized for the...

Estate Planning Strategies in Texas

An estate plan is the framework of arrangements, set up during an individual’s lifetime, for the...

Estate Administration in Texas Frequently Asked Questions

What is an independent administration? Texas stipulates for independent administration free of court oversight. In other...

Does Medicaid Pay for Long-Term Care?

Yes! Medicaid pays for long-term care in a nursing home. It pays for long-term senior care...
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