James E. Brill: A Tribute to a Dear Friend and Colleague

We are profoundly saddened by the death of Texas lawyer James E. Brill. Mr. Brill, who specialized in probate, estate planning, and real estate law, was very well regarded in this state and a recipient of multiple awards.

Attention: Download Your New Version of Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Family & Probate

Attention: Download Your New Version of Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Family & ProbateWritten byTexas Bar Books StaffShare this PostIn March 2022, the Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Family & Probate, 2022 edition digital download was updated. There was a small correction to the language in the jury charge in Question 3 of PJC 204.1—Reimbursement. Question 3’s language now more closely parallels the language of Question 1 of PJC 204.1   The digital download update is designed to entirely replace the 2022 version of the Digital Download that currently accompanies purchase of the book. How Do I Access the Update? To access this update, please log into your Texas Bar Practice account. Then go to “My Account”. You’ll see the updated version in your Library and you can download the new PDF there. Be sure to delete the outdated version before downloading the new version to avoid any confusion.Learn More About How to DownloadRecent Posts Texas Collections Manual 2022, ed., Is Now Available! Texas Bar Books is proud to announce the 2022 edition of the Texas Collections Manual. Available as an online subscription,… Updated Forms: Family Law Practice Manual [Word Doc & PDF Downloads] The Texas Supreme Court’s amended rule 21(b) and new rule …

Now Available! Texas Business Organizations Manual, 2020 Edition

The new edition of the Texas Business Organizations Manual, now in a more attractive and convenient softbound format, contains updates based on 2019 legislation and recent rule changes and reflects decisions made through the court term ending in August 2019.

Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Family & Probate Special Supplement Released

The Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Family & Probate special supplement, affecting PJC 218.1–218.3, was made necessary by the 2020 amendments to Tex. R. Civ. P. 277, which require specific findings in parent-child termination proceedings rather than broad-form submissions and which supersede Texas Department of Human Services v. E.B., 802 S.W.2d 647 (Tex. 1990).