Estate Planning: How to Protect Your Family & Your Life Savings From the Costs of Probate, Taxes, and Long-Term Care

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 Courtyard by Marriott in Kingwood. At this Seminar, You’ll Find Out: How to pass your estate to your loved ones … [Read more...]

Estate Planning: How to Protect Your Family & Your Life Savings From the Costs of Probate, Taxes, and Long-Term Care

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 Amedeo's Restaurant in Kingwood. At this Seminar, You’ll Find Out: How to pass your estate to your loved ones without the … [Read more...]

Debts That Are Not Dischargeable in Your Bankruptcy (Part 2)

Here are some more debts that cannot be discharged by your Bryan bankruptcy under federal statute: Government or non-profit student loans (so long as the court determines that you can repay the loans without undue hardship on you or your dependents); Debt arising out of a judgment against you … [Read more...]

Debts That Are Not Dischargeable in Your Bankruptcy (Part 1)

The characterization of your debts is important as you proceed with your bankruptcy, because this can determine whether or not you will be released from personal liability on your debts. In this first part of a two-part series, our Bryan bankruptcy attorneys will explain which debts are not … [Read more...]

Check for Easements When Buying Property

It is important that you determine whether any easements exist on real property that you intend to purchase. Easements are very common, and the existence of one does not necessarily mean that you should not buy the property, or that its value is thereby diminished. You do need, however, to know … [Read more...]

Company Valuations

Whether you are looking to sell or purchase a business, it is essential that you understand how to estimate the value of the company. Ask too high a price and you may find that no one is willing to purchase; asking too low a price, conversely, can mean that you do not get the fair value of the … [Read more...]

Breach of Fiduciary Duty

The duty of a fiduciary is often referred to as the highest duty under the law. When a trustee, executor or administrator is named to an estate, that person should be of utmost integrity and trustworthy to the fullest degree. A breach of fiduciary duty can cause significant harm to beneficiaries of … [Read more...]

Charitable Giving

Charitable giving is an option to consider if your estate is sizable enough to worry about federal estate taxes, but even if it is worth substantially less your estate may have to pay other kinds of taxes, such as for capital gains. An estate planning lawyer in Bryan will discuss the various options … [Read more...]

Estate Planning: How to Protect Your Family & Your Life Savings From the Costs of Probate, Taxes, and Long-Term Care

We’d like to invite your to attend a FREE ESTATE PLANNING SEMINAR on Thursday, May 14, 2015, in Bryan, Texas about how to MAKE A PLAN for YOUR ASSETS and YOUR FAMILY. At this Seminar, You’ll Find Out: How to pass your estate to your loved ones without the cost and delays of probate How to … [Read more...]

Steps to Rebuilding Your Credit Following a Bankruptcy

    Filing for bankruptcy provides you with a fresh start, but will also affect your credit. A bankruptcy can remain on your credit report for up to 10 years. However, as more time elapses from your bankruptcy filing, your bankruptcy will become less significant to potential … [Read more...]