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Although the Special Needs Trust Fairness Act did not pass in the last federal legislative session, it has been introduced again to overcome the present legal presumption that all disabled persons lack sufficient mental capacity to handle their own assets. As a result of a law...

Most of us are familiar with POD or “Pay on Death” provisions in bank accounts, but many are not familiar with real estate passing at death without a will or trust. Among the crop of new legislation being considered by the 84th Texas Legislature is...

What happens to your email account after you die or become incapacitated by illness? Your Facebook? The photos you’ve uploaded to Flickr or a private Instagram account? Your online banking? We used to keep our valuables and items of personal significance in safe deposit boxes,...

It’s a new year and with it come a few changes to Medicare. The good news is that Medicare Part B premiums remain at $104.90 per month if your income is below $85,000, and if your income is above $85,000 your premiums for doctor visits...