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(Shallowater, Texas: Shallowater Independent School District, 1943)
To Affirmatively Disclose or to Passively Disclose, That is the Texas Trustee’s Question: What Duty of Disclosure Does a Texas Trustee Owe to a Beneficiary? (Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, 2008)The difficulties that surround a Texas trustee's duties are most evident in the Texas trustee's role of disclosure to a beneficiary. However, as if the trustee's role is not already difficult enough, the role's difficulty ...
The “Socially Endorsed, Legally Framed, Normative Template”: What Has In Re Marriage Cases Really Done for Same-Sex Marriage? (Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, 2008)The allowance of same-sex marriage remains a contentious subject at the local, state, and federal level. Although celebrity and non-celebrity couples alike were able to marry, that legal marital status may not have conferred ...
The Slip and Fall of the California Legislature in the Classification of Personal Injury Damages at Divorce and Death (Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal, 2009)This article addresses the various problems that arise from this convoluted scheme of classification and treatment. By classifying all personal injury proceeds as community property during marriage, the California Legislature ...