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Change of Name for Adults

Adults most commonly change their name in relation to marriage and divorce. There are, however, a variety of circumstances when an adult may desire to change his/her name absent a marriage or divorce, such as a preference for a name other than one's given birth name and symbolic association between blended families. Regardless of the reason why you want to change your name, the State of Texas has established a simple 3-step process:

It May Be Time to Update Your Estate Plan

While creating an estate plan can be among the most important tools in planning for the future, it is not always a one-time endeavor. Life's variables are constantly fluctuating and the best plans are maintained and updated as time goes on. Below, our blog outlines four situations which may give you a reason to revisit the terms of your estate plan.

Relocating with Children after a Divorce

Parents often seek to relocate when they remarry, take a new job, or must care for family members. However, moving a family post-divorce is not as simple as loading up a truck and hitting the road. While there are numerous reasons why a move may be appropriate, Texas courts apply strict guidelines when considering the relocation of a child. It is common for a court to restrict parent's residence to a particular geographic area upon divorce, generally neighboring cities or counties. To relocate outside of designated areas, a parent must show good reason as to why a move is necessary for the wellbeing of their family.

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