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FAQs: What Needs to be Done When Someone Dies

When a loved one dies, whether it is expected or not, you want to just have time to grieve. Grief is a process that takes time. However, the reality is that in the wake of the loss, there are so many tasks that need to be done. It seems unfair, but it is the business part of death.

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Why Choose an Attorney Over Using Online Forms?

The digital age has put many do-it-yourself (DIY) projects within the reach of anyone with internet access. You can visit your doctor, publish a book, even purchase a house without ever leaving yours. There are also multiple online resources for DIY estate planning.

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The Benefits of a Special Needs Trust

If you have a child with special needs who is facing a mental or physical disability, your child will likely need the assistance of government programs to help in their care and development. To qualify for these programs – notably, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid – a disabled individual is subject to income and asset limitations.

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I’ve Been Appointed Executor. Now What?

Coping with the death of a loved one is never an easy thing to go through, and for certain individuals, there will be an added level of responsibility if they’ve been appointed the estate executor.

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Estate Planning Checklist: What to Consider Before You Start

There is something satisfying about checking items off a list. That list can be extremely helpful when tackling something that has multiple moving parts, such as creating an estate plan.

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Estate Planning for Young Adults

Planning for your future is something that everyone should take seriously no matter what age they are. However, many young people can fall into the trap of putting off legal planning until they’re “older.”

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Estate Planning Terms to Know

Estate planning is less intimidating when you understand some of the terminology used. Round out your understanding by checking out these key estate planning terms and their definitions.

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What Kind of Adoption Is Right For You?

Whether you have been thinking about adoption for years or you are just now beginning to consider adoption as an option for growing your family, it’s important to be informed. If you live in Texas and are thinking about adopting, you should know the basics of how the process works in the state.

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How to Prepare for Adoption

Preparing for adoption is a significant process in every adoptive parent’s life. It is normal to feel nervous and excited at the same time. After all, becoming a parent is a huge and life-changing responsibility.

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Voluntary Termination of Parental Rights

Parent-child relationship – the unique relationship between a parent and child – is essential to help nurture the physical, social, and emotional growth and development of a child. However, a parent may recognize their inability to cater to the child’s needs and relinquish their parental rights.

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