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What Does “Dying Intestate” Mean?

Unfortunately, some people never get around to making a will or living trust before they die. They might have met with a sudden, unexpected death when young or simply procrastinated. After all, no one wants to think about their mortality. 

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Top 5 Types of Trusts

Once regarded as an estate planning tool for only the ultra-rich, trusts have gained popularity among Texans of varied social and economic standing. There are many different types of trusts, each providing various advantages. Texas estate planning attorneys regularly help clients of all circumstances determine which type of trust will best meet their...
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HIPAA Issues in Estate Planning

Congress intended the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 to protect people from invasions of their privacy about their medical records. Unfortunately, the well-intentioned legislation created HIPAA issues in estate planning. A Texas estate planning attorney can explain these problems and craft an estate plan that will meet your needs...
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What Is the Purpose of Estate Planning?

Many people assume that the only purpose of estate planning is to decide who receives their property after their death. However, there is much more to it than choosing heirs to receive your property. Comprehensive estate planning can include incapacitation planning, asset protection, and tax planning. Contact a Texas estate planning attorney if...
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