Up against a global virus that is leaving devastation in its wake with a ripple effect that is creating financial instability of our businesses at home, nationwide and globally……it’s time to get Tough! Business owners need to make tough decisions and will need an experienced lawyer that knows how to navigate through these tough times.
During the Coronavirus crisis and at other times of difficulty, you might hear the term "force majure" used a lot. But what does that really mean, and how could it help you? Here's what you need to know about this unusual term.
Montgomery County is a burgeoning community that boasts several cities including its namesake Montgomery, The Woodlands, Shenandoah and the county seat of Conroe, TX. In fact, it is in the city of Conroe in which the majority of Montgomery County Texas Courts are situated for most of the legal needs of this region. From getting birth records or paying a ticket to fighting claims against you, these facilities are hubs you may visit.
Montgomery County, Texas voting dates and locations for upcoming local and national elections for 2020. You can search the Montgomery County Voter Registration Database to see if you are eligible and to view your precinct, polling location information, Sample Ballot, and elected officials. Get out and VOTE!
When you purchase a new home, you may be required to join a homeowners association, or HOA. Although this may seem like a small matter, it is important to understand the full legal implications of being part of one of these associations. The most common legal issues you can face involving the HOA or another type of property owners association fall into two main categories: homeowner breach of contract and HOA breach of contract.
If you are reading this article because you’ve recently lost a loved one, you have our firm’s sincere condolences for your loss. All the tasks to complete following the death of a loved one can seem overwhelming. Even more daunting is the prospect of trying to decide what should be done from a legal standpoint to resolve your loved one’s estate and property issues. This article is designed to describe generally what surviving family members need to do after a loved one passes. It will familiarize the reader with the various options Texas law offers to administer and resolve the estate of a deceased loved one.
Here are the upcoming holidays for both Harris County and Montgomery County, so you can plan your schedule without any surprises.
The holidays are rapidly approaching, and the biggest gift-giving days of the year are almost upon us, making this an ideal time to discuss the legalities of gift giving. Most of us know there are some "gifts" you can't legally give. You can't give away your kids, you can't offer a "gift" ( i.e., bribe) to a government official, and while actual monetary limits vary, your work probably won't allow you to accept a large gift either. Even personal gift giving has some legal issues involved -— make sure you are ready to give and receive gifts this holiday season, or any time of year.
It is recommended that at least once a year, or when you have a major, life changing event, you review your estate planning documents to ensure that they are in order. Changes that occur within your life can cause these issues to be dated or no longer relevant. Here is a checklist that you should follow when determining if your legal affairs are in order.
A last will and testament is a common tool used to document the creator's final wishes. Most wills are relatively mundane, passing property to spouses, children and other relatives without any real surprises. However, throughout history, there have been some wills that caught the world's attention with their odd and unique clauses.