Filing Bankruptcy: What To Expect At The Meeting of Creditors (341 Meeting)

Once a petition for bankruptcy is filed, the bankruptcy court will set a date and time for the First Meeting of Creditors (also known as the 341 meeting.) The purpose of this meeting is to allow time for both the Read More …

Client Communication: Access Your Case Information 24/7

  Our firm is committed to making changes to create an easy and more efficient attorney-client relationship. New clients* now have access to safe and secure online portal!   MyCase Tips – MyCase Client Portal Guide for Clients – AppFolio Read More …

Do It Yourself vs. Hiring an Attorney

    Today, with the vast amount of online resources, many find it unnecessary to hire a professional to handle problems. Many opt for the numerous D-I-Y (Do It Yourself) options available in favor of the lower cost and less Read More …

Common Misconceptions of Texas Estates: Avoiding Probate

  This is the age of Do-It-Yourself (D-I-Y).  More and more people are looking to the Internet to find quick and inexpensive solutions to their problems. I understand not wanting to spend money when you can create a solution yourself. Read More …

5 Reasons To Hire An Attorney to Write Your Last Will and Testament

  When it comes to being prepared, every adult should have an estate plan in place. An estate plan provides protection and care for your property, your children, or your own care in the event you are incapacitated or you Read More …

Paying The Bill: How Much Is Your Attorney Charging You?

So, you’re facing a legal problem and you don’t want to hire an attorney because you are afraid hiring an attorney will be expensive? Though there are a few tips when it comes to hiring an attorney that fits your Read More …

Common Misconceptions of Texas Estates: The passing of property

The Misconception: If my husband or wife dies, their property automatically passes to me. It is easy to assume that when a spouse passes away, the surviving spouse should automatically gain ownership of the deceased spouse’s property.   For example, Read More …