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Unmarried Couples and Estate Planning

There are many reasons for which a couple may decide not to marry, but the fact raises difficulties for the purposes of estate planning. Without a viable and well thought-out plan, a surviving partner may not end up with assets intended for him or her. It may be in your..

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Deposition Questions About Property Division

During a divorce deposition, a family law attorney in Fort Worth will want detailed information about the homes, businesses and other property that both parties own. These questions relate to the division of assets and determining which property jointly belongs to the couple and which property belongs to each person..

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Information about Trusts

Many individuals who discuss their estate plan with an estate planning lawyer in Fort Worth may ask about whether they need a trust. While trusts are part of some estate plans, many individuals are not really aware of how trusts operate. Your estate planning lawyer in Fort Worth can go..

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Seven Tips for Avoiding Anxiety and Conflict During Your Divorce

When a couple decides to get a divorce, the legal process can be very difficult and stressful. It's possible to reduce some of the conflicts and anxiety that usually occur during a divorce by following these 7 tips. Please consult with a Fort Worth family lawyer today.

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