Austin Attorney Writes about Legal Rights Parents Have When Children Leave for College?

(Editor’s Note: What follows is a recent blog post of Brad Wiewel of the The Wiewel Law Firm) Even though parents may pay the bills when their child heads off to college they may find they are not entitled to medical … Continue reading

Austin Attorney Looks at Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples

Austin attorney Brad Wiewel of the Wiewel Law Firm (http://www.texastrustlaw.com/) recently blogged about the important issue of money issues and estate planning for unmarried couples, which follows: “Whether a couple is married or unmarried, there are invariably many money issues for … Continue reading

Austin Estate Planning Attorney Looks at the Two Types of Inheritors

Estate Planning attorney Brad Wiewel, of the Wiewel Law Firm, recently put his own spin on a blog post in Forbes about the two types of inheritors: “Recently, Forbes published an article describing the two general attitudes found in people … Continue reading

Austin Attorney Explores Whether Pro Se Estate Planning Forms Are Coming to Texas?

By Brad Wiewel, of The Wiewel Law Firm Many state Supreme Courts have pro se forms for people to use when filing different types of legal actions. A Senate proposal in Texas is proposing that the state’s Supreme Court be … Continue reading

Jackson Walker Announces New Parter

Jackson Walker LLP has named Jorge Padilla as a partner. Padilla’s  practice focuses on serving clients in a variety of complex commercial litigation matters, including partnership and fiduciary issues, trust litigation, media litigation, healthcare litigation, real estate disputes, as well as business … Continue reading

Central Texas Lawyer Blogs about Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Brad Wiewel of the Wiewel Law Firm recently wrote about Common Estate Planning Mistakes for his blog. The piece follows: Many people who make the correct decision to create estate plans often make common mistakes while doing so or afterwards. … Continue reading