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The Law Office of

Timothy M. Clark pllc

ATTORNEY AT LAW

SANTA FE, TX IS PRINCIPLE OFFICE

*PROBATE

*WILLS & CONTESTS

*CONTRACT CLAIMS

*DTPA

*PROPERTY

*PERSONAL INJURY

REPRESENTATION,

CONSULTATION &

MEDIATION

PASSING WITHOUT A WILL

MAY MEAN:

1. YOUR SPOUSE LOSES 1/2

OF EVERYTHING YOU BUILT TOGETHER TO YOUR BIOLOGICAL KID(s)! {Who you ain't seen or who may dislike you}

2. YOUR LIFE PARTNER GETS "0", NOTHING! {No marriage means not an heir}

3. YOUR GOLD DIGGING FAMILY GETS EVERYTHING YOU ACQUIRED.{And that they have been wanting forever}

Like these Options?  Please explore the site, hit every button up top, you may find something you can use.

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BUT

EVERY CLIENT'S ISSUE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO THEM.

WE KNOW THIS AND THAT IS WHY EVERY CLIENT IS TREATED LIKE THEY ARE THE ONLY CLIENT

 

 

DO YOU KNOW WHAT CAN HAPPEN TO YOUR FAMILY

WITHOUT A WILL?

DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMUNITY AND SEPARATE

PROPERTY?

DO YOU KNOW IF YOU PASS

WITHOUT A WILL YOUR PROPERTY WILL BE DISTRIBUTED PER TEXAS ESTATES CODE SECTIONS 201.001, 201.002 & 201.003 AND YOU MAY NOT LIKE IT.

Trust, Wills & Probate

Family Law

Well,  lets take a brief look at some of the things that can happen if you pass without a Will or other instrument to control where your property goes after you depart:

*Married-All kids of marriage-Spouse gets all community property and 1/3 separate property (Generalization)

**Married-Kids from outside of marriage _UT OH_: Kids outside of marriage get 1/2 of the community property and Spouse gets 1/2 of the  community property AND Kids outside of marriage take  2/3 of separate property.

NOTE:  These kids can even be ones you have not seen in 30 years, they still, by law, get to take 1/2 of everything you acquired since you were married. (THINK ABOUT THAT).

What is Community Property?  Texas Family Code Section 3.002 states "Community property consists of the property, other than separate property, acquired by either spouse during marriage. (SO ITS EVERYTHING YOU HAVE OBTAINED SINCE YOUR MARRIAGE. THAT COULD BE QUITE A LOT)

What is Separate Property?  TFC 3.001 states: "A spouses separate property consists of (1) the property owned or claimed before marriage: (2) the property acquired by spouse during marriage by gift, devise, or descent; and (3) the recovery for personal injuries sustained by the spouse during marriage, except any recovery for loss of earning capacity during marriage. (SO IF YOU HAD A LOT BEFORE THE MARRIAGE AND YOU WANT YOUR SPOUSE TO GET IT WHEN YOU DEPART, YOU NEED A WILL OR OTHER INSTRUMENT TO MAKE SURE THIS HAPPENS)

Business Law

Civil & Commercial

NOT  Married?  Then your property goes to parents and/or siblings, and or nieces and nephews and/or ......... all the way down to LAUGHING HEIRS (Folks you did not even know were kin to you).  If a Probate action is filed the process will look to find a living heir to give your property to if you Pass without a Will or other instrument controlling disposition of your property when you Depart.

NOTE:  NOTHING ON THIS SITE SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS LEGAL ADVICE, IF YOU NEED LEGAL ASSISTANCE YOU WILL NEED TO SPEAK TO A LICENSED TEXAS ATTORNEY.

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The Law Office of

Timothy M. Clark PLLC

Address

3620 Ave. F

Santa Fe, TX 77510

Email

info@getyourwillon.com

Phone

(409) 739-1155

 

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