The demand for homes in Texas is strong. Knowing that, families may want to rush to sell the home of their loved one after they pass away. However, before they are able to put the home on the market, certain things must happen with the estate first if there is a will...
Month: May 2020
Forming an LLC in Texas
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 21, 2020 | Business Law
Choosing the appropriate business structure for a new commercial venture is one of the most important decisions that entrepreneurs in Texas and around the country make. Forming a sole proprietorship is the quickest and easiest way to get a new business up and running,...
How to dispute a will in Texas
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 21, 2020 | Firm News
Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy, and when you or a family member have a dispute about the inheritance, it makes things much more unpleasant. That’s why it’s a good idea to know your options if you have reason to dispute a will in Texas. The first...
What requirements must I meet to make a legal will?
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 20, 2020 | Firm News
Most people want to control where their property goes after they die. A last will and testament is a legal document that allows you this choice. However, there are certain requirements that must be met for your will to be legally valid. Texas recognizes three...
Estate planning tip for new parents: Assign roles
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 19, 2020 | Firm News
You’re a new parent thinking about drafting your first will to get estate planning off to a good start. First, be prepared for a lot of love from your estate planner. They’ll be delighted that somebody is finally following their most important advice: Don’t wait to...
Special needs trusts may be key in estate planning and probate
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 18, 2020 | Estate Planning And Probate
Texans who have loved ones with special needs are dedicated to caring for them. These individuals may need supervision, medications, physical therapy and assistance. A common concern for these families is what will happen if they are no longer there to provide care....
Closing costs buyers and sellers might pay
On Behalf of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C. | May 4, 2020 | Real Estate Law
Those who are looking to buy a home in Texas or any other state will need to account for closing costs. On average, closing costs total up to 7% of the home's purchase price. This means that a person who bought a home for $100,000 would pay up to $7,000 in fees. It is...
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