10 Uncomfortable Estate Planning Questions

Estate planning is a process that many people dread. Facing mortality and the decisions surrounding failing health can be tough. Because estate planning encompasses so many aspects of your life, there are also some uncomfortable questions you may be asked. 10 Uncomfortable Estate Planning Questions Here are some of the most commonly asked questions that… Read More

3 Things You Need to Know about Estate Planning and Divorce

Divorce is a complicated and emotional process. With your mind focused on issues like separating assets, child custody, and financial obligations, estate planning may seem irrelevant. Unfortunately, divorce is one life event that requires a review and revision of your estate plan in order to ensure that your wishes are intact. As your divorce progresses… Read More

7 Tips for Including Digital Assets in Estate Planning

Pretty much everyone has a digital identity nowadays. Most of us use social media, store files online, and email as a primary source of communication. Some people have digital assets related to their businesses as well, including many businesses that are entirely web-based. So what happens to your digital assets upon death? Here are Daic… Read More

Should I DIY My Own Estate Plan?

In today’s world of do-it-yourself (DIY) pretty much everything, it is no wonder that a question commonly asked is “Should I DIY My Own Estate Plan?” Many people have simple assets, beneficiaries who are easy to identify, and wishes that likely won’t be disputed. Unfortunately, even simple estate plans can lead to an agonizing probate… Read More

Estate Planning Tips for Entrepreneurs

Building a business takes a great deal of time, effort, and financial investment. If you are a business owner – be it a startup, corporation, or nonprofit – you know that planning for the future is a tremendous part of building and operating a business successfully. Many people, unfortunately, overlook planning for contingencies like incapacitation… Read More

What You Need to Know about Different Types of Wills

If you have ever considered estate planning – for now or the future – you may be overwhelmed with all the different options, terminology, and directions. Whether you are 30 and just starting a family, or are nearing retirement and planning for the ‘golden years’, we can help! At Daic Law, we aim to make… Read More

What You Need to Know about Texas Probate Law

Texas probate law is heralded as being “simpler” than other states, but unfortunately, that does not mean that the probate process is simple for your family. Following the death of a loved one, you may be reluctant to enter the legal process of distributing assets, but take heart – you are not alone! At Daic… Read More