Most of us don’t like to contemplate our own mortality. It isn’t surprising, then, that many people don’t make a plan for what will happen when they die. But if you die without a will, then your property will be subjected to Texas’ intestate succession laws. Intestate succession is the process by which property is […]
In the construction industry, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers often struggle to get paid. Chasing down property owners, general contractors and others can be a hassle. It also takes time away from growing your business. Fortunately, there is a legal mechanism that contractors and suppliers can use to get paid for their work. A New Mexico […]
In business, contracts are often a necessity. These legal documents govern the rights and obligations of each party to an agreement. A well-drafted contract also provides an avenue for recovery in the event that one party breaches, or violates, the contract. A breach of contract may occur any time that a party to the contract […]
In 2021, the typical American family looks far different than it may have in decades past. There are a number of ways to be a family – from single-parent households to cohabitating parents to blended families. According to a recent survey, as many as 16% of all children in the United States live in a […]
Few of us want to think about our own mortality. Yet planning for the future is an important way to ensure that our wishes are followed after we die. A last will and testament is the best way to achieve that objective. Commonly referred to as a will, this legal document allows you to identify […]
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