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Digital Assets Great article about what happens to your digital assets when you die, plan ahead for a digital Executor, please read. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/heres-what-happens-to-your-data-after-you-die-101447039569.html

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The Importance of a Will Statistics indicate that the majority of adult Americans do not have a Will.  While this may be surprising, it is not uncommon.  Reasons range from lack of planning to lack of time, procrastination and sometimes avoidance of end of life discussions in general.   Having a Will can avoid unnecessary anguish...

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Estate Planning with Digital Assets In today’s online and social media age, have you ever considered what would happen to your Facebook, Twitter or other online profiles and accounts if you died or became incapacitated? Who would be able to access your bank accounts? Would your probate Executor or Power of Attorney Agent be granted...

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Estate Planning and Advanced Directives

Very few people are fully prepared for the unexpected incapacity or impending loss of a loved one.  Advanced preparation can help ease the burden of making difficult decisions for a loved one in times of unexpected tragedy or loss. It’s important that you and your loved ones discuss end of life wishes and desires. At...

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Ten Good Reasons to Re-Draft Your Will

You don’t have a Will. — Make it a point to visit your Houston Probate Lawyer and get one drafted to avoid unnecessary problems for your loved ones down the road. You’ve misplaced your Will. — Let’s face it, we have entirely too much paperwork to keep up with in this busy day and age.  Although not impossible, it...