Introduction Noncompete agreements are very common for highly compensated professionals in Texas. These agreements generally impose limits on the ability of a professional to move from one firm to another. The question most often asked about such agreements is whether...
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Month: April 2022
Dividing assets in a Michigan divorce
Introduction Divorcing couples in Michigan face many issues in uncoupling their marriages, but dividing their property can be one of the most vexing challenges they will face. Understanding the process used by courts in the state can help both parties to a divorce to...
Challenging a will in Nevada
Introduction One of the many reasons given by Nevada estate planning attorneys for drawing up a will is to prevent disputes over the assets owned by the maker of the will (the “testator”) after the testator dies. Unhappily, even the best drawn will and most thoroughly...
Talking to your parents about estate planning
When we are young, we assume our parents will always be around. However, as we grew older, we realize that our parents are growing older, as well, and the reality is that they will not always be in our lives. If our parents do not have estate plans set up, talking...
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