An agreement made between a man and a woman before marrying in which they give up future rights to each other's property in the event of a divorce or death.
Origin or descent from a father (to establish paternity is to confirm the identity of a child's biological father).
An allowance made to one spouse by the other for support during or after a legal separation or divorce.
Property acquired by either spouse during the course of a marriage that is subject to division upon divorce.
A court process through which a minor becomes self-supporting, assumes adult responsibility for their personal welfare, and is no longer under the care of their parents.
Clients with business interests, blended families, or significant tax concerns should consider utilizing revocable living trusts to avoid unnecessary delays in the management of regular financial responsibilities. Establishing trusts may be effective in significantly decreasing the likelihood of a will contest, [...]
For your trust to activate, you must fund the trust with the help of an experienced estate planning attorney. Brown Law PLLC will assist you with transferring ownership of some or all your assets into the trust. Schedule an office [...]
Yes. If you have assets that were not placed into the trust before your death or after it, then a pour-over will enable those things to funnel into and be administered under terms of any revocable living trusts.
People who own real property outside the State of Texas may be able to avoid probate of their wills in each of those states by establishing a revocable living trust. The trust will own the real properties and probate will [...]
The main goal of estate planning is to maximize your wealth during your lifetime and to pass the largest amount of assets possible to your loved ones at death with as little hassle as possible. Establishing a revocable living trust may [...]