Estate planning is a plan put in place while you are living and directing how you want your estate handled upon your death. It can be as narrow or broad as you like and as strict or flexible as you desire. You begin by appointing a Trustee or Trustees, who, in certain circumstances, maybe you. … Read moreWhat is Estate Planning?
The world of sports is a great place to find examples of legal issues that illustrate important concepts. On ESPN.com, there is an article that fits the bill perfectly. In this instance, a college basketball team has changed its mind about playing another team in its con-conference schedule: [University of Kentucky athletic director Mitch] Barnhart … Read moreA Sports Story Illustrating the Problem with Liquidated Damages Clauses
A substantial number of Texans rent their home, but very few understand their rights when it comes to their security deposit. Worse yet, many landlords don’t understand tenants’ rights when it comes to the security deposit either. I’ve handled a number of cases in which I have represented a tenant against a landlord who has … Read moreTexas Tenants’ Rights and Security Deposits