New Texas Laws in Effect 2023

Several new laws went into effect in Texas on January 1, 2023, including changes to property tax collection, an expansion of the judicial branch, and an amendment to pollution standards. One of the laws, House Bill 3774, written by District 67 Representative Jeff Leach, allows for public access to the state’s court documents database with…


Are Claims for Inheritance in Texas Probate Court Barred by Statute Even for Adopted Children?

The Texas probate court system is designed to protect the rights of heirs and beneficiaries after the death of a loved one. But what happens when someone tries to make a claim for inheritance after the statute of limitations has expired? In this blog post, we will explore the law around claims for inheritance in…


What If Someone Removes Organs from a Deceased Family Member without Permission?

Dealing with the death of a loved one is an incredibly emotional time. Because it is so sensitive, there are legal remedies that allow members of a decedent’s family to recover for monetary damages if matters are not dealt with properly. One of the remedies is for negligent infliction of mental anguish. What is this?…

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