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Texas Trust Estate Planning

Does Adding Class Descriptions to a Texas Will Create Class Gifts?

Introduction Adding class descriptions to a Texas will can create class gifts, which can be a great way to divide up your estate among your loved ones. However, it’s important to understand how this works before you make any decisions. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how adding class descriptions to a […]

Are You an “Interested Party” If You Already Received Benefits from a Will ?

Legal Terminology In Limine hearing: A procedure that allows parties to exclude evidence from a jury Uninterested persons: Anyone who has a property right or claim against the estate being administered Probate Law Case Sheffield v. Scott, 620 S.W.2d 691, 693 (Tex. App. — Houston [14th Dist.] 1981, writ ref’d n.r.e.) Facts and Procedural History […]

Must an Inference Be Supported by Evidence?

An inference is an educated guess. When you draw an inference or conclusion based on the evidence, there’s a reason you come to that conclusion and that reason likely comes from the evidence presented within the text. Inferences may be made based on evidence, but an inference itself is not evidence. Can a lawyer in […]

Estate Planning for Texas Student Athletes in the NIL World

Previously, college athletes could not share in the revenue generated by their universities, however a landmark Supreme Court ruling in 2021 enabled them to earn advertising revenue based on their name, image and likeness (NIL). This ruling has opened doors for student-athletes who, because of the change in NCAA rulings, can now make money off […]