Dying without a will can be taxing People often say having a Will is essential. But what is a Will? A Will is a legal document that sets out who inherits your assets after your death. Having a Will ensures that others distribute your assets according to your desires and avoid discrepancies about your wishes. When a person dies intestate, which is dying without a Will, a judge decides who gets your assets. The judge distributes your assets according to intestacy rules. That means the judge gives assets to your spouse or relatives according to eligibility requirements.
Local Authority To Regulate Behavior Local authorities such as county commissioners, mayors, city managers, and so on can also regulate behavior. Their power flows from state and local law. For instance, in Texas, the mayors and county judges are the designated emergency management directors, and city managers are designated emergency management coordinators in their areas. …
As several states have legalized marijuana, Texas has stuck to its cowboy roots and resisted change. However, the Lone Star state has acquiesced to some of the public and business pressure to legalize or at least decriminalize marijuana and other products containing THC. This last legislative session, the Texas Congress legalized hemp and hemp-based products to appease …
Criminal Defense Lawyers Making A Real Difference If we criminal defense lawyers only show up to make money from our client’s misery, we’re similar to buzzards. At least, that’s what many in the public think of us. The comparison to buzzards is unfair, but let’s use it to motivate us to do more. I have …
We heard you. Recently, we conducted a survey that asked people what they wanted if they were injured in a truck accident. We got great feedback. We’ll use this feedback to get better and better as a law firm. According to our survey, there are four main things you want from your lawyer. Let’s review what you told us: 1. SPEEDY YET GREAT FINANCIAL COMPENSATION First, a majority said you want great financial compensation for your injuries, and you want it fast. We understand this desire since the accident caused you lots of pain, medical bills, credit damage, lost wages, mental anguish, and often
Recently, a witness said she saw a Dallas city councilman allegedly hit a disabled pedestrian and say to the victim “don’t you know who I am before driving away. His lawyer tells a different story. We’ll wait for the facts to come out before reaching any conclusions. Everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty in court based on credible evidence.
Notwithstanding the presumption of innocence in the above case, drivers sometimes leave the accident scene after crashing into pedestrians or someone’s car. That’s a hit-and-run car wreck. Besides being illegal, hit-and-run car wrecks are dangerous because the injured party often needs the assistance of the hit-and-run driver. A 911 call can literally save the hit-and-run victim.
New Year’s Eve is approaching fast. Like many Texans, you may be planning to celebrate with some bubbly, a little Henny, all while driving. You should be warned, however, because the consequences can be brutal for causing a car wreck while intoxicated.
In 2017, intoxicated drivers caused 7,669 car wrecks in Texas. Of these, 944 were fatal. Nationally, the Center for Disease Control says on its website: