Now Available! Texas Guardianship Manual, 2022 Ed.Written byTexas Bar Books StaffShare this PostThe Texas Guardianship Manual is a valuable resource for lawyers administering guardianships. It is organized by a logical sequence of events that occur during the administration process. Its uniform format of 16 chapters of practice notes and 220 forms is designed to enhance readability, improve ready reference, and accommodate easier word-processing use of the forms. The 2022 edition of the Texas Guardianship Manual includes updates to the practice notes and forms to conform to statutory and case law updates. This new edition also includes: Updates to the practice notes to reflect amendments to the Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, including new rule 1.16 addressing client incapacity New discussion on the statutory process for designating essential caregivers for visitation in long-term care facilities Discussion of the revised disclosure rules and corresponding Rule 11 Agreement Expanded discussion on fraud, abuse and exploitation of the elderly or disabled, and the duty to report Discussion on requirements relating to mediation of contested guardianships Save time and money with the Texas Guardianship Manual in the format that suits you best: online subscription, digital download only, or hard copy plus digital download. CONSIDER …
A project of the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section, the Annotated Texas Family Code provides commentary from seasoned family law attorneys. This new edition clearly indicates case law updated annotations and includes more than two hundred selected CLE articles from the TexasBarCLE Online Library.
7 Reasons You Need the New 2022 Edition of the Texas Real Estate Forms Manual
The Texas Real Estate Forms Manual has been updated to reflect legislative and case law changes and will become an essential part of your real estate law practice. Here’s why:
The Texas Family Law Practice Manual has been updated to reflect legislative and case law changes and will become an essential part of your family law practice. Here’s why— Contributors include attorneys who are experts in the family law field.
On June 2, 2022, an updated version of form 26-9, “Request for Findings in Possession Order,” was added to the Texas Family Law Practice Manual, as the update was inadvertently omitted from the initial release of the 2022 edition.
The Texas Probate System, 2022 ed., will be the cornerstone of your probate law practice. Here’s why
Edited by Mary K. Sahs and Holly Heinrich, and featuring over 65 authors, Essentials of Texas Water Resources, 7th ed. covers multiple topics, including surface water and groundwater availability modeling, surface water and groundwater transactions, flood management, water utilities, water districts, and water reuse.
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Written by a committee of 25 members of the bench and bar, this book is intended to assist in preparing the court’s charge in jury cases. It provides definitions, instructions, and questions needed to submit jury charges in family law, probate, guardianship, trust, and involuntary commitment cases.
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New from Texas Bar Books! The Depositions Reference Card Written byTexas Bar Books StaffShare this PostQuickly get the support you need with this handy and helpful resource. Learn the basics of depositions with this laminated bifold card, which provides guidance to the relevant Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. It includes: Preparation checklist Reference for deposing experts Oral examinations Depositions on written questions Abuse of the rules and sanctions And more! Litigators of all stripes will find this card useful and concise. Learn More About This ProductRecent Posts NEW Case Alerts from Fastcase: Never Miss Another Texas Case Law Update Fastcase is now offering free up-to-date Texas case law alerts to State Bar of Texas members. Upon signing up, bar… 4 Healthy Habits for Lawyers to Boost Mental & Physical Well-being The life of a lawyer is made up of long hours and stressful situations that can result in burnout and… Top 3 Data Risks Texas Lawyers Must Avoid Law firms of all sizes can easily become victims of data breaches, phishing scams, and hacks. In fact, 25% of… Proposed Changes: Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges Drafts with proposed changes to the Texas Criminal Pattern Jury Charges are now available. To access them, click …
The State Bar of Texas has provided free access to legal research through both Fastcase and Casemaker as a member benefit for many years. In January, Fastcase and Casemaker merged and will be combining to offer a comprehensive set of tools and products under one platform: Fastcase.