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business estate planning
  • Published: November 23, 2021

When people think of estate planning, they often think of things like homes, cars, and bank accounts. In reality, estate planning goes beyond just personal assets. At the Law Offices of Kyle Robbins, we understand that there are many important estate planning considerations for business owners. In this article, we will go over some of the key steps in estate…Read More

can you probate a will in texas without an attorney
  • Published: November 23, 2021

Losing a loved one is never easy. On top of the sadness and grief, families also need to finalize their loved one's affairs. The process of transferring the assets of a person’s estate after they pass away is called probate or estate administration. For some, the idea of having to pay an attorney to handle this process is daunting. A…Read More

how do you settle an estate without a will in texas
  • Published: October 30, 2021

When a loved one dies without a will, you may be unsure of what to do and have lots of questions. Where do you even start? Who gets the assets in the estate? Who is the executor of an estate in Texas with no will? How do you settle an estate without a will in Texas? Today, we will explore…Read More

do all wills have to go through probate in texas
  • Published: October 28, 2021

When a loved one dies, you may assume the long, arduous, and expensive probate process lies ahead. But that may not be the case, even if your loved one has a will.  In general, probate is the legal process of gathering a deceased person’s assets and distributing them. A person’s will provides instructions on how to divvy up his or…Read More

how much does estate planning cost
  • Published: October 26, 2021

If you’re wondering how much estate planning costs, you are not alone. In fact, it is quite common for people to ask, How much does estate planning cost?  While there’s no simple answer to this question, there are certain things you can take into consideration to better determine what your estate plan might cost.  When you have questions about how…Read More

Probate: What Is It, And Should You Avoid It?
  • Published: November 14, 2018

Surely you’ve heard the term “probate”– but for most people it may sound like an alien term. What is it? And why does it seem like people want to avoid it? PROBATE is, according to Merriam-Webster, the action or process of proving before a competent judicial authority that a document offered for official recognition and registration as the last will and…Read More

Asset Plans For The Recently Single
  • Published: November 6, 2018

If you’re going through the big D and it doesn’t mean Dallas, there’s understandably a lot on your mind and your proverbial plate. Whether you’ve been with someone one year or 25, divorce can put an immense amount of stress on an individual for several reasons including the financial details that need to be taken care of in order for…Read More

Special Needs Trust – What Are They And When Are They Needed?
  • Published: October 8, 2018

As anyone with a special needs person in their life might already know, there are a lot of details and things that need to be done in order to protect and care for your loved one in the best way possible. If you happen to have a loved one with special needs and you don’t have a Special Needs Trust…Read More

Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning: Does It Really Work?
  • Published: October 1, 2018

A living trust is becoming more and more popular for those who are realizing a will alone will not save them or their families from expensive legal proceedings or probate. The popularity of these trusts is a good thing, protecting people and assets around the country. However, many people wonder if it is necessary to hire a lawyer to execute…Read More

Estate Planning For Unmarried Couples – A Checklist
  • Published: September 21, 2018

In 2018, more and more couples are starting non-traditional families, or buying homes together before they are married. It’s extremely common for most unmarried couples to accumulate shared property, but less common to consider how the property will be dealt with in the event of the end of the relationship, or more dire circumstances. It isn’t just a matter of…Read More

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