Successor Corporations

A successor corporation is a new business that arises out of a prior existing one. It is important to keep in mind that taking over another business can leave the new business open to liabilities. It may be in your best interests to work with a Bryan business lawyer if you wish to create a successor … [Read more...]

Does a Will Supersede Medicaid Rules?

Medicaid and its related programs provide medical coverage to approximately four million Texas residents. The basis of Medicaid is that the individual is of very low income. However, your Bryan probate attorneys will tell you that if the recipient has assets at his death, Medicaid has the right to … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving from the Peterson Law Group

At the Peterson Law Group we have so much to be thankful for, including our amazing clients.  Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Thanksgiving and holiday season! The Peterson Law Group … [Read more...]

Willful Abandonment and Divorce

fault based divorce is rare, particularly when willful abandonment is at issue, but a spouse who has been left to fend for herself with the children does have recourse. It is important in such a case that the abandoned party work with a College Station divorce attorney. Willful Abandonment … [Read more...]

Living Trusts and LLC Membership

Living trusts and limited liability companies (LLCs) may not seem to share much in common, and therefore the notion of a living trust possessing membership in an LLC may not appear workable. However, as your Bryan business attorney will tell you, a living trust may in certain cases be a member of an … [Read more...]

Motions to Vacate a Default Judgment in a Divorce

A default judgment may be entered on behalf of the petitioner when the respondent fails to reply and/or appear at a divorce proceeding. If you are attempting to have a default judgment vacated, it may be in your best interests to work with a College Station divorce attorney. Default Judgments In … [Read more...]

Eminent Domain and Land Use

Occasionally a governmental entity or private one given authorization by the government, may submit a condemnation notice for eminent domain use. Eminent domain is a power given to state and federal governments to take land for public use. At times there are disputes over land use rights under the … [Read more...]

How to Start an S Corporation

If you decide to incorporate your business you will need to decide which type of corporation to select. Your Bryan business attorney can help you make this determination based on your corporate goals and needs. What Is an S Corporation? An S corporation is set up in accordance with Subchapter S … [Read more...]

How to Obtain Legal Guardianship of a Minor

The appointing of a legal guardian may become necessary under circumstances where the parents are either found unfit, request the appointment, or die. It is important to work with a College Station family attorney if you are seeking guardianship of a minor. Reasons for Disqualifying a Person for … [Read more...]

Estate Planning: How to Protect Your Family & Your Life Savings From the Unnecessary Costs of Probate and Taxes

We’d like to invite your to attend a FREE ESTATE PLANNING SEMINAR in Kingwood, Texas about how to MAKE A PLAN for YOUR ASSETS and YOUR FAMILY. The Seminar will be held at the Peterson Law Group office in Kingwood. At this Seminar, You’ll Find Out: How to pass your estate to your loved ones … [Read more...]