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Estate Planning and Guardianship Assistance

Estate planning generally means planning for your future should you become incapacitated or are no longer here to care for your loved ones. Parents of minor children may have the primary goal of their estate plan to choose a guardian to ensure that their loved ones are cared after. If..

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Forming a Corporation

There are many steps you will need to follow to formally create a corporation in Texas. Some of the steps can be complicated, and you may want to seek the assistance of a Forth Worth business attorney. Choosing a Name. You will want to choose a unique name that will..

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Navigating Difficult Corporate Issues

Corporate legal issues can take your focus away from running your company. As a result, it is important that you work with an experienced Forth Worth business law attorney that can help you navigate the difficult legal issues and help you avoid problems in the first place. There are many..

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Who will speak for you when you can’t?

A dear friend of mine who is very involved in the Texas equestrian scene recently posted on Facebook a comment about single people and the need for an advocate in the event of incapacity. Who would speak for the single person? Who would speak for the single person who was..

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The 6 Stages Of Divorce Grief

The legal aspects of a divorce are important, but so are the emotional issues. The way you handle your emotions will prove critical, because they could impact the decisions you make. To help cope with the chaos of divorce, a Fort Worth family attorney can explain the six stages of grief..

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Fort Worth, Colleyville, Euless, Grapevine, Haltom City, Denton, Cleburne, Burleson, Weatherford, Arlington, Mansfield, Rendon, Haslett, Saginaw, Keller, Benbrook, Forest Hill, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills, White Settlement, Crowley, Joshua, Aledo, Willow Park, Watauga, and Flower Mound.

Counties to be found in: Tarrant County, Parker County, Hood County, Johnson County, and Denton County.