Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements in Texas

At first glance, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements may seem to differ in nothing more than their timing: a prenuptial agreement (also known as a “premarital property agreement” or “prenup”) is negotiated and signed prior to marriage; a postnuptial agreement (also known as a “marital property agreement,” “partition agreement,” or “postnup”) is negotiated and signed after… Read More

Hobby Assets: Business and Estate Planning Considerations

Though hobbies are often seen as trivial, any category of assets with significant value should be treated as an important part of a person’s estate. Whether your hobby deals with a valuable collection of something like art, jewelry, watches, or even airplanes, or if you operate a small-scale microbusiness selling products as a hobby, it… Read More

The Difference between Financial Planners and Estate Planning Attorneys

People often confuse the roles that financial planners and attorneys hold in the estate planning process. Each has distinct duties and a different set of responsibilities within the estate planning process. While financial planners can be useful when creating an estate plan, only an estate planning attorney can draft the actual estate planning documents that… Read More