Preparing For Your Consultation With A Divorce Attorney

Preparing For Your Consultation With A Divorce Attorney

After you make the decision to retain an attorney and file for divorce, or after you are served with a petition for divorce, you will soon find yourself preparing to meet with divorce lawyer.  There is a lot going on at this point.  You may be mentally or emotionally fatigued just making the decision to… Continue Reading

Forming a Texas Corporation – Other Documents You Should Know About

  Most folks forming a corporation are aware that you file a certificate of formation with the Secretary of State’s office in order to legally form the corporation and then adopt bylaws to govern the corporation’s day to day operations.  There are several other documents important to properly forming a Texas corporation that you should… Continue Reading

Basic Estate Planning Issues for New Parents

The feeling of being a new parent is exhilarating, a little scary, and often very tiring – I know, I did it twice.  I still remember walking out of the hospital when my son was born thinking, “That’s it? They really just let me walk out the door and go home with him?”  Along with… Continue Reading

Texas AG Issues Opinion Requiring County Clerks to Record Affidavits of Adverse Possession

The Texas Attorney General recently issued opinion KP-0165 addressing whether county clerks in Texas are required to accept and file affidavits of adverse possession.  The Opinion concludes that yes, county clerks are required to accept and file affidavits of adverse possession. The Opinion begins its analysis by noting that county clerks are mandated by law… Continue Reading