Category Archives: Guardianship

Worried about an older relative’s driving?

Reprint from my November 2011 post. This subject isn’t exactly estate planning, but it is something an increasing number of clients face.  I saw this article on the topic of dealing with parents or other loved ones who are losing … Continue reading

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The Importance of Special Needs Planning

If you have a special needs child, adult child or you provide for such a person in your will (for example, leaving funds to a special needs person who may be your nephew, granddaughter, or the child of someone you … Continue reading

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Are Your Minor Children and Adult Children Protected?

I know you’ve heard this from me before, but at this time of year, it is especially important to check some of your important documents to be sure your children are protected. First, your minor children.  You should have legal … Continue reading

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Who Cares for My Minor Children When I Don’t Have a Will?

In Texas, the law states that as a parent of a minor child you have numerous rights and duties.  Among them is to care, control, and protect the child.  Most parents also desire to keep their children safe, teach them … Continue reading

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