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Why Do I Need a Will?*

June 11, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Articles   |   0 Comment

I always advise and encourage my clients to think about end-of-life matters we would prefer to put off:  what will happen if I die or lose my health?  Are my will and other documents and instructions up to date?  Will my doctors and family know what to do when I can’t communicate or handle my […]

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Collaborative Divorce

February 22, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Articles   |   0 Comment

 By Stuart Evan Glass, J.D. Texas is leading the way in an important innovation in the law: Collaborative Divorce. On my first day of college at Rice University, the Dean gathered the freshmen into the auditorium and declared, “Look to your left, and look to your right.  One of you won’t be here on graduation […]

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I’ve Been Sued! Now What Do I Do?

January 12, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Articles   |   0 Comment

By Stuart Evan Glass, J.D. Last year, over 100,000 applicants, plaintiffs, and petitioners filed lawsuits in Dallas County.   We’ll probably see more next year.  If one of these lawsuits hasn’t yet landed in your lap, one day, it probably will. You’ll want to know what happens next.  Read on.  Most of us feel like Walter […]

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Ten Commandments for Avoiding Lawsuits

November 17, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Articles   |   0 Comment

  By Stuart Evan Glass, J.D. – © 1994 Stuart Evan Glass, as published in Dallas Business Journal November 18, 1994. I used to tell my clients it costs about ten times more in legal fees to get someone out of trouble than to keep someone out of trouble.  Now, it could cost over 20 times […]

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