A will is a legal document by which an individual expresses their wishes as to how their property is to be administered and managed after their demise. A living will is a statement indicating a person's desires in regards to future medical treatments when they are no longer able to issue an informed consent. The former comes into effect after one has died while the latter is reserved for health care decisions.
Bruce Tough recently attended the Celebration of Excellence event held at Glade Gallery and helped celebrate his good friend Steve Leakey’s selection as a Hometown Hero for 2018. Bruce along with his father, Coulson Tough, Gil Staley, and Barry Blanton are all previously recognized Hometown Hero’s.
Board Member Bruce Tough recently attended the Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber monthly September luncheon to see a presentation by guest speaker Missy Herndon, CEO and President of Interfaith. Bruce has proudly supported, and continues to support, Interfaith and the HOPE Gala supporting Missy’s son, Will Herndon. Also pictured is Steve Leakey, who is being honored as a Hometown Hero 2018 for his community giving and leadership.
It’s an unfortunate fact of business life that, for a wide variety of reasons, the time may come when it is necessary to wind up or dissolve the company.
The executor of a Texas will carries out the duties of closing out a person's estate according to their last wishes. An executor deals with gathering the deceased person's assets, notifying all creditors of the death, paying any outstanding debts and distributing the assets to heirs. This accomplishes two things for the deceased. First, it ensures that their assets are protected and not improperly seized by a person who is not entitled to them. Second, it takes the burden of these tasks off of the family as they go through the grieving process. Here's a closer look at the duties of an executor of a will in Texas.
Each state in America is allowed to make its own laws, as long as they do not violate the Constitution of the United States. State courts act as the final arbiters in interpreting these laws in accordance with the constitution and legal codes of the specific state. About 90 percent of all the cases heard in the American court system happen at the state level.
Topics: employee disputes
The Tough Law Firm is proud to present a nationally acclaimed exhibit, The Conflict Zone, a Vietnam War Photography Display of The 1st 30 Dog Tags from the Afghanistan & Iraqi War at Glade Cultural Center for an open house on July 2nd from 10AM - 1PM. There will be brunch bites provided by Victory Pie Co., an exhibit tour in company of Exhibit Curator, art activities and games and live musical talent from Purple Heart recipient Lance Pettis. The exhibit will remain open through the month of July.
Administrative law is the branch of law that, essentially, governs the government. It focuses on what the administrative agencies within that government can do, and whether they are allowed to perform particular kinds of actions. Because of that, these agencies have checks and balances that they must adhere to, and they have to fall within certain guidelines when they make laws, changes and adjustments to any rules.
Topics: administrative law
Are you looking to relocate your business? Or perhaps you're adding a second or third location or renting new warehouse space for your expanding inventory. If so, you know that the details in your commercial lease are things you will have to live with for the months and years to come. Negotiate the terms poorly and your company could be paying the price for a long time. It just makes good business sense to have a good commercial attorney review your lease before you sign anything.