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

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

Do You Need Life Insurance?

Cost/Benefit Analysis for Life Insurance Every month some people put money into expensive life insurance policies which they may not need rather than having more money to put into groceries, rent, or a college fund for their children.  Typically, young, healthy adults who don’t have children could be making better investments than putting money into… Read More