Texas Medicaid: Basics & Qualifications

Consider this common scenario: Your loved one recently suffered some debilitating medical condition, has been in the hospital for some time and is now being released to long-term (nursing) care (which has been deemed medically necessary by the doctor). From various...

Texas Guardianship Explained: Helping those in Need

As the population in America grows older, it’s becoming common for adult children to be called upon to care for their sick or aging parents. Frequently, this begins with the adult child helping with bills, doctors appointments, medication, or transportation....

Defusing the Bomb: Estate Planning for Blended Families

Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, your family is a ticking time bomb. Step-kids (who may be adults) that can’t stand you, drama at every family event, or maybe just an uncomfortable peace that you never really trust. Unfortunately, it happens far too often....

The “How To” Series: Probate Fights (Litigation)

No matter who you are…no matter where you’re from…at some point in your life, you have to fight! While the fight doesn’t always mean going toe-to-toe in the school yard with the neighborhood bully, it may mean standing up for yourself when...