A beneficiary legally receives your financial benefits after you die, typically as part of an inheritance. For some accounts, you must designate a beneficiary when you open them; here are a few. Situations that need beneficiaries If you have completed any type of...
Month: January 2023
Determining liability amounts in reckless driving accidents
Reckless driving often leads to accidents in Texas, some of which can have catastrophic consequences. But what constitutes reckless driving, and how do you hold drivers, and sometimes others associated with them, accountable? What are reckless driving behaviors?...
Avoiding fights between your heirs over your estate
When you plan your Texas estate, you probably know what assets and property you wish to leave each of your heirs. However, that doesn’t mean disputes won’t arise. There are things you can do, however, to help prevent conflicts between loved ones. Add a no-contest...