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Testamentary Capacity in Texas

Posted in Uncategorized on December 10, 2020

A will is a valuable and necessary legal document, but executing one can involve a lengthy and difficult process. To avoid disputes due to mental capacity or coercion, the person executing the will must have a sound mind at the time he or she signs the document. It can be difficult to define and identify… read more


Does Paying Property Taxes Create Ownership?

Posted in Uncategorized on November 30, 2020

Any person who owns a home or piece of property will need to pay an annual property tax. If you receive a piece of land from a deceased loved one, for example, it is easy to assume that this property is automatically yours. However, it is important to remember that simply paying property taxes does… read more


What Is a Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

Posted in Uncategorized on October 29, 2020

A fiduciary is an individual or an organization who represents the interests of another person or group of people. Fiduciaries have the duty to protect their clients’ best interests and preserve good faith and trust when acting on their behalf. As a result, these individuals and entities must undertake a legally binding agreement to uphold… read more