Here at Regan & Frisbie Law Firm, we try to keep you updated on new changes to the law that could affect you. Whether it’s Probate, Guardianship, Business Law, LLC formations, or Estate Planning, we try to keep you as informed as possible to the daily changes to the law. One of the new changes to the Texas Estates Code is the removal of the family exemption from the background

“He no longer has the right to vote.” “He no longer has the power to decide where he lives.” “He no longer has the right to drive a vehicle.” “He no longer has the power to withdraw money from his bank account.” Those can be hard words to hear for any American to hear, but sometimes it’s for that person’s own good. As we are live longer now, more and

It seems everyone wants a Power of Attorney, even if they aren’t sure what it is or what it does. They just know they should have one. A Power of Attorney designation is a great tool and when used properly it can save a lot of financial hardship and headache. However, an agent appointed by a Power of Attorney has great power and it can easily be abused. Therefore, before

Estate Planning is important for everyone, but it’s crucial for Owners of small businesses. Most people are excited about starting their own business and getting their ideas off the paper and out into the market. They often forget to address worst case scenarios of a failure of the business, debts, or a falling out of the business partners. A proper Estate Plan addresses all those concerns and adds protection to

With the explosive economic growth here in the North DFW area around Plano and Frisco, we’re seeing an increase in folks moving in from out of state. If you or another family member is the guardian of a minor child or a loved one that has been designated a Ward in another jurisdiction, and you move to the Lone Star state, you’re going to want to get that guardianship transferred

Raising a child has never been easy. Raising a child with mental disabilities is certainly not any easier and brings with it unique challenges. This article addresses a few of those challenges you as a parent may have already faced, or possibly will face down the road. But don’t worry, along with those challenges I’m going to give you solutions. Just like a child with mental disabilities brings their own

Years ago I was asked by the county judge to represent people committed to the mental hospitals against their will. People suffering from Bipolar Disorder or Schizoaffective Disorder often stop taking their medications once they start feeling better. When they stop taking their medications, the anger or depression can reassert itself and the person will sometimes try to commit suicide or harm others. The most common examples are by overdose,