By Rebekah Steely Brooker and John Meredith Rebekah Steely Brookeris a partner at Scheef & Stone. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas Women in the Profession Committee; Board of Directors 2012-2015. John Meredith is the Chief Operating Officer for Chamberlain Hrdlicka. He is also the Vice Chair of the State Bar of Texas Law Practice Management Committee.
Death is a fact of life. While it can be a sobering thought, it’s necessary for lawyers to have a plan in place so everyone is prepared. This is where custodian attorneys come into play.
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Probating an original will is relatively straightforward. But what happens if the original will is lost or destroyed and a copy needs to be used? To put it lightly, the process turns into a more complex and costly affair. This blog focuses on how to probate under these circumstances.
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Guardianship Alternatives, 2022 ed., is available to purchase in the Texas Bar Practice Bookshop. Purchase now, and the new edition will be in your hands soon. If you purchase the digital download, then it will be available in your Texas Bar Practice account as soon as the order goes through.
Texas Bar Books is proud to announce the 2022 edition of the Texas Collections Manual. Available as an online subscription, digital download, or hard copy + digital download, the Texas Collections Manual, 2022 ed., provides over 300 forms to make collection matters as streamlined as possible. Across 22 chapters of practice notes, the Texas Collections Manual outlines the “why” behind the “how” of collections.