What Is The Best Address for A Registered Agent To Use?

We recommend that the Registered Agent of an entity list his or her home address with the Secretary of State’s office as the address for receiving notice.

The burden is on the entity to make sure the current address for the Registered Agent and Registered Office is on file with the Secretary of State. Often times, […]

Who Gets Your Retirement Accounts?

You might be surprised! Let’s look at the following examples.

Husband names wife as his beneficiary on his 401(k). Husband and wife divorce and the wife gives up any claim she has to the husband’s 401(k) in the divorce settlement. Husband never gets around to updating his beneficiary designation on the 401(k). Husband dies. Who […]

I Have Never Met Some Of My Clients

As strange as it may seem, I have never met some of my clients face to face. The attorneys in our firm are licensed to practice law in the State of Texas, which means that we are able to help clients with their legal needs if they live anywhere in Texas, or if they claim Texas as their […]

June 2011 Newsletter

Do You Have An Emergency […]

Do You Have An Emergency Plan?

Recently we have heard of families and businesses forced to flee with short notice due to the threat of wildfires. Hurricane season is also upon us, so there is the possibility of future evacuations due to hurricanes. Every person and every business should have an emergency plan. Do you have […]

May 2011 Newsletter

What You Need To Teach Your Young Adult, I Have A Will From Another State. Do I Need A Texas Will?, I Lost My Share Certificate. What Do I […]

March 2011 Newsletter

We Are Celebrating Our 20th Anniversary, Beware! You May Loose Your Right To […]

February 2011 Newsletter

Michell S. Bradie Named Business Person Of The Year, Will Your Bank Account Be Frozen When Your Spouse Dies?, Prepared Minutes of Annual […]

Beware! You May Lose Your Right To Trial!

Sometimes what seems like a good idea, or seems “fair” when quickly looked at can have far reaching and unintended consequence. There is some proposed legislation in Texas under House Bill No. 274 that could have a substantial impact on your right to even have a trial. Let me explain […]

Protecting Ourselves And Our Loved Ones, Personally And For Business

A. Personal Items We Should All Have:

Will
Medical Power of Attorney
Statutory Durable Power of Attorney (for financial matters)

B. Personal Items We Should At Least Consider Having:

Directive to Physicians (also known as a “Living Will”)
Declaration In Event of Guardianship
Declaration In Event of Guardianship for Minor Children
Disposition of Remains
Insurance

o   Life Insurance