Insider’s Guide to Hiring an Attorney

I don’t know about you, but ever since we began this compulsory social distancing journey, my screen time consumption has increased dramatically! And between reading newsworthy articles, bingeing Netflix, and surfing social media, I have noticed an emergence of a new trend. “Crowdsourcing” legal advice First and foremost, I am seeing an uptick in “crowdsourcing” …

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Attorney Adriane Grace Published in Headnotes, Dallas Bar Association Legal Journal

Attorney Adriane S. Grace’s article, “Probate and Guardianship Proceedings with Minor Children“, was published in the latest issue of Headnotes (Volume 45, Issue 12, December 2020, page 10). Headnotes is the official legal journal of the Dallas Bar Association. Originally formed in 1873, the Dallas Bar Association now boasts over 11,000 active members and recipients …

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Estate Planning for Co-Parents

“Co-parenting”, “platonic parenting”, and “parallel parenting”–social terms to describe the reality of many modern families– is becoming the norm. But what happens when one of the co-parents dies? When a Co-Parent Dies As devastating as this is for the child, the hardship to a platonic co-parent is just as profound. Where there were two wage …

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Are Handwritten Wills Legal?: A Discussion of Holographic Wills

“Holograph” is a fancy term for a document written entirely in the author’s handwriting. A “Holographic Will”, therefore, is a Will written entirely in the handwriting of the person making the Will. These Wills are also referred to as a “Dying Man’s Will” because they are sometimes written when death is imminent and without the …

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Preparing College Students and Young Adults for a Medical Emergency

When teenagers turn 18, the law presumes they are an adult.  At age 18, they are vested with the freedom to determine their residence, live on their own, vote, marry, and enlist in the military. This age often marks the first “adult” milestone: moving out of the family home and into a campus dorm or …

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