Practice Areas

Estate Planning

We should all take the time to have an effective estate plan in place. In effect, you are controlling how your assets are handled after your death and to whom custody of your minor children shall pass. In addition, a good estate plan will also make allowances for unexpected incapacity in the event you become [..]

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Probate & Trust Administration

Depending on how an estate is structured, you, as the personal representative (executor or trustee) will have to take care of the final administration and possibly probate of the estate. In this role, you will be required to collect and document all assets, pay off any debts, taxes or other expenses the decedent may owe [..]

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Probate & Trust Litigation

Losing a loved one is never easy and too often, there are conflicts between heirs resulting in disputes during the administration process. Unfortunately, as painful as this may be, these issues must be dealt with in a timely manner during the administration and distribution process. At Denton Law, L.L.C., I can help you manage disputes [..]

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Business Planning

When you are starting a business, you may believe you can do most of your planning without the assistance of an attorney. However, hiring a business planning attorney can save you time and in the long-run it can also save you money and grief. At Denton Law, L.L.C., I can help with a broad range [..]

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Taxation

None of us likes to think about taxes whether they are state or federal. However, there must be some planning put into place if you are going to minimize the amount of taxes you are paying or your heirs will be expected to pay upon your death. At Denton Law, L.L.C., I offer business owners, [..]

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Guardianship & Conservatorship

Most people never think about what might happen if they suddenly become unable to care for themselves, manage their affairs or live alone. Unless steps are taken early on, you may find yourself in an adversarial process in the court to have a person declared incapacitated to manage their own affairs. Incapacitated means unable to [..]

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Asset Protection

You may think that divorces, lawsuits and bankruptcies will not happen to you. However, when they do, you need to make sure your assets, both business and personal, are protected. In some cases, having agreements in place prior to divorce can protect your assets from being divided in a divorce. Protecting your personal and business [..]

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