If you want to get a divorce in Texas, you may hear about a 60-day waiting period. In most cases, this waiting period is an absolute requirement. This article provides where the requirement comes from, the reason for its creation, how it works in the typical divorce suit, and the exceptions. The Texas Family Code […]
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The Wright Firm, LLP Partner Paul F. Wright will teach the Divorce Attorney’s Guide to Taxes class for National Business Institute (NBI) on September 13, 2018 (11:00 am-12:30 pm ET) in a Live National Teleconference. What Will You Learn? In this class, you’ll gain a practical refresher on tax issues in divorce! This program will help […]
The individual named in your Texas Will as your Executor is merely your preference. In fact, Texas Estates Code Section 304.001 sets forth the order of individuals qualified to act as the estate’s representative. This section also grants the court the discretion to decide who is qualified to serve in an order of preference as […]