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Muniment

Muniment Of Title

I am often asked about alternatives in Texas probate courts. Settling an estate can be challenging for grieving families, and navigating the probate process isn’t something that many people wish to handle alone. In Texas, there are several types of probate options when your loved one dies with a valid will. The Muniment of Title …

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Difference between permanent and temporary guardianships

What Is The Difference Between Permanent And Temporary Guardianships In Texas?

If you care for a loved one as a guardian, questions about the relationship between a guardian and their ward or estate are likely at the forefront of your mind. Texas expects a lot from guardians, and a guardian has legal obligations to protect the interests of their ward or estate. We hope to answer …

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Disabilities

ABLE Accounts: For People With Disabilities In Texas

Many people with disabilities and special needs depend on programs like Social Security and Medicaid to provide income and health care. However, these benefits have an asset and income threshold, and people may lose their eligibility to receive the benefits unless they meet the financial requirements. The ABLE act was established to help eligible individuals …

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Guardianship

Using the Least Restrictive Alternatives to Avoid Guardianship

Creating a Texas guardianship is necessary to protect an individual who cannot care for or protect themself. This situation can occur when a person has a mental deficiency, sustains an injury following an accident, experiences memory loss due to old age, or has had a traumatic brain injury. When a guardian is needed, there are …

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About guardianship

What Is the Difference Between Disability and Incapacity in Relation to Guardianship?

The idea of disability and incapacity are often used interchangeably in the general public. In relation to guardianship, if an individual is disabled or incapacitated, it will help determine the best alternatives in setting up an appropriate guardianship for that individual. In a broad sense, these terms are useful to describe the challenges or limitations …

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