separate property

May
12

Texas Estates Code : Death Without a Will

Absent a will, an individual must have his or her estate distributed per the laws of Intestate Succession. Read more here on the blog of Dallas probate law firm, The Nacol Law Firm P.C.

By Nacol Law Firm - Dallas TX | Estate Planning . Probate and Will Contests
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Feb
23

Thinking of a Texas Divorce? Prepare A Financial Checklist For Your Next Move

Before you get into the Texas Divorce Process, reduce expense, stress and conflict by making sure you are prepared by using a divorce financial checklist. Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorneys at the Nacol Law Firm P.C.

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Aug
12

Beware of Trusts in High Asset Marriages!

It is important to understand the intricacies of Trusts and the part Trusts can play in sheltering community funds from a spouse during the marriage. Read more on the blog of Dallas divorce attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.

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Feb
08

No Texas Will

To die without a will is to die “Intestate”. This means that the State (Texas) will determine the percentage of property that each family member will inherit after an individual dies. Read more on the blog of Dallas Probate Attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm PC

By Nacol Law Firm - Dallas TX | Probate and Will Contests
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Know what Marital Property is Community or Separate in a Texas Divorce

During a divorce, it is important that both parties know what type of property is involved in the divorce and what is separate and community property in Texas. Read more on the blog of Dallas Divorce attorney, Mark Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.

By Nacol Law Firm - Dallas TX | Asset and Property Division . Divorce & Family Law
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Divorce: What is separate property and what is community property?

Dallas divorce attorney Mark Nacol discusses seprate property and community property as defined by the Texas Family Code and the Texas Constitution

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