Planning for Incapacitation

Estate planning is more than just planning for what happens after death. Though it is less often discussed, planning for incapacitation is essential. It is possible for a person to suffer from an incapacitating illness or injury that may leave them mentally incapacitated and unable to make decisions at some point in their life. Without… Read More

When Do I Need A Business Attorney?

Business owners tend to prefer to be independent whenever possible, choosing to attempt to solve their problems themselves rather than seek outside help. However, there are many situations when working without the advice and guidance of an attorney will lead to unnecessary legal problems that could have been easily prevented. By investing in the advice… Read More

How Can Divorce Affect Your Business?

In the absence of any prior arrangements, a business created during a marriage is considered joint property of the couple in Texas. Because of this and in almost all cases, both spouses will have some amount of ownership rights in a business owned by both or either spouse. A business started during the marriage will… Read More