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Co-Executors For Their Will

Can A Person Name Co-Executors For Their Will?

Clients often ask me if they can name co-executors for their will. The reason they usually ask is that they don’t want to hurt the feelings of one of their children who could have been chosen as an executor. Or perhaps they have children who don’t get along well, and they think that naming both […]

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Can I Create A Trust For Someone Else For Asset Protection?

Although you cannot create a trust for yourself with the goal of asset protection, you can create a trust for someone else with asset protection in mind. And these protections can come in two forms. The assets can be protected from potential poor money management skills by the beneficiary of the trust. Likewise, these assets […]

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Can I Create A Living Trust For Myself In Order To Protect My Assets?

Many people wonder if they can create a living trust for themselves in order to protect their assets. In Texas you cannot do this as long as you have direct control over the assets. If you created what is called an irrevocable trust, then you could have asset protection due to the trust. However, you […]

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